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Building Tablet PC Applications by Philip Su, Rob Jarrett

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Performing Simple Recognition

Some application features exploiting ink recognition need only simple results: searching a document for a text string, generating a default file name, and making application gestures such as Scratch-Out, for example. The results would become overly complex if we had to consider foreground or background reco, alternative segmentation, and the like. To solve this problem, the Tablet PC Platform provides some elegant support for obtaining recognition results in its basic form.

Recognizing Text

The easiest way to perform recognition of ink into a text string is to use the Strokes class’s ToString method. The stroke objects referenced in the collection are sent to the default recognizer, the recognition results are calculated, ...

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