Using the Recognition Classes

While certainly convenient, the Strokes class’s ToString method does have some shortcomings. Perhaps the most obvious is that the recognizer used to perform recognition cannot be specified; this means that only the default language of the system can be recognized. Another problem with the ToString recognition method is that no alternative results are provided in the event that the recognizer wasn’t right the first time—nor is any other information provided, such as confidence level, stroke baseline, or associated strokes, for that matter. And lastly, the entire recognition computation is performed synchronously during the ToString method call, which can take up to several seconds depending on the amount of ink being ...

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