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Definitive VoiceXML™ by David Cuddihy, Adam Hocek

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Element types

audio

SSML defines only one attribute, src. The other attributes are particular to VoiceXML 2.0 (expr, fetchhint, fetchtimeout, maxage, maxstale). See 3.2, “audio,” on page 150 for details.

break

See 3.4, “break,” on page 156.

emphasis

See 3.11, “emphasis,” on page 171.

mark

See 3.28, “mark,” on page 214.

paragraph

See 3.37, “paragraph,” on page 237.

phoneme

See 3.39, “phoneme,” on page 241.

prosody

See 3.42, “prosody,” on page 255.

say-as

VoiceXML adds to SSML the built-in types(boolean, currency, date, time, digits, number, and phone) and allows value to be a child element. See 3.48, “say-as,” on page 272 for details.

sentence

See 3.50, “sentence,” on page 279.

voice

See 3.59, “voice,” on page 303.

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