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Name

SayNumber() — Says the specified number

Synopsis

    SayNumber(digits[,gender])

Says the specified number, using the current language setting for the channel. See the SetLanguage() application to change the current language.

Currently, syntax for the following languages is supported:

da

Danish

de

German

en

English

es

Spanish

fr

French

it

Italian

nl

Dutch

no

Norwegian

pl

Polish

pt

Portuguese

se

Swedish

tw

Taiwanese

If the current language supports different genders, you can pass the gender argument to change the gender of the spoken number. You can use the following gender arguments:

  • Use the gender arguments f for female, m for male, and n for neuter in European languages such as Portuguese, French, Spanish, and German.

  • Use the gender argument c for commune and n for neuter in Nordic languages such as Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian.

  • Use the gender argument p for plural enumerations in German.

Tip

For this application to work in languages other than English, you must have the appropriate sounds for the language you wish to use.

    ; say the number in English
    exten => 123,1,SetLanguage(en)
    exten => 123,2,SayNumber(1234)

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