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David Hilton
I know it is possible to have Espeak take text and converted into international phonetic alphabet, I am wondering if the process can be reversed, taking international phonetic alphabet and converting it to text. Or even better, if it is possible to somehow program you speak to read the international phonetic alphabet, as a string of words, rather then listing of the character names.

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Re: IPA

Brian's Mail list account BY
Don't quite get this and why you would want it. Is not the idea of phonetics
that the first letter in each word is the letter you are trying to
communicate?
 Should be a simple programming job to look for a space then only read one
character at the start of a word.
 Brian

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>I know it is possible to have Espeak take text and converted into
>international phonetic alphabet, I am wondering if the process can be
>reversed, taking international phonetic alphabet and converting it to text.
>Or even better, if it is possible to somehow program you speak to read the
>international phonetic alphabet, as a string of words, rather then listing
>of the character names.
>
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Re: IPA

Bhavya shah
Hi Brian,
Although I do not understand the exact technicalities, what I can tell
you for certain is that phonetics (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, etc.) are
different from the IPA, which is a textual or symbolic representation
of pronunciations or speech.
Thanks.

On 4/30/17, Brian's Mail list account BY <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Don't quite get this and why you would want it. Is not the idea of phonetics
>
> that the first letter in each word is the letter you are trying to
> communicate?
>  Should be a simple programming job to look for a space then only read one
> character at the start of a word.
>  Brian
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>
>>I know it is possible to have Espeak take text and converted into
>>international phonetic alphabet, I am wondering if the process can be
>>reversed, taking international phonetic alphabet and converting it to text.
>>
>>Or even better, if it is possible to somehow program you speak to read the
>>
>>international phonetic alphabet, as a string of words, rather then listing
>>
>>of the character names.
>>
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Re: IPA

enes sarıbaş
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hi,

is it wierd for a blind person to need İPA? I used it in my linguistics
courses.


On 4/30/2017 12:08 PM, Brian's Mail list account BY wrote:

> Don't quite get this and why you would want it. Is not the idea of phonetics
> that the first letter in each word is the letter you are trying to
> communicate?
>   Should be a simple programming job to look for a space then only read one
> character at the start of a word.
>   Brian
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> To: "Nvda Devel" <[hidden email]>
> Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017 6:44 PM
> Subject: [Nvda-devel] IPA
>
>
>> I know it is possible to have Espeak take text and converted into
>> international phonetic alphabet, I am wondering if the process can be
>> reversed, taking international phonetic alphabet and converting it to text.
>> Or even better, if it is possible to somehow program you speak to read the
>> international phonetic alphabet, as a string of words, rather then listing
>> of the character names.
>>
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Re: IPA

derek riemer
No, it's not weird. It's a phonetic alphabet which is commonly used. The idea is so that linguistic constructs can be put into a form pronounceable by any trained person or synth. I'm not sure about going backward though.

On Sun, Apr 30, 2017 at 4:49 AM, enes sarıbaş <[hidden email]> wrote:
hi,

is it wierd for a blind person to need İPA? I used it in my linguistics
courses.


On 4/30/2017 12:08 PM, Brian's Mail list account BY wrote:
> Don't quite get this and why you would want it. Is not the idea of phonetics
> that the first letter in each word is the letter you are trying to
> communicate?
>   Should be a simple programming job to look for a space then only read one
> character at the start of a word.
>   Brian
>
> [hidden email]
> Sent via blueyonder.
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> in the display name field.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Hilton" <[hidden email]>
> To: "Nvda Devel" <[hidden email]>
> Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017 6:44 PM
> Subject: [Nvda-devel] IPA
>
>
>> I know it is possible to have Espeak take text and converted into
>> international phonetic alphabet, I am wondering if the process can be
>> reversed, taking international phonetic alphabet and converting it to text.
>> Or even better, if it is possible to somehow program you speak to read the
>> international phonetic alphabet, as a string of words, rather then listing
>> of the character names.
>>
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