In general terms, the HRC
functions carry out the recognition process. Together, they collect raw data,
derive recognized symbols from the data, and place the symbols into HRCRESULT
objects. Their work ends with recognition. To retrieve the recognized
symbols, an application calls the HRCRESULT
functions described in the next section.
||Adds input to the recognizer's HRC object. This function is normally called at every pen movement, providing
data a few points at a time.
||Returns an HPENDATA handle for the pen data within the HRC.
||Creates an empty HRC object, ready to receive input data.
||Frees the memory occupied by an HRC object, invalidating the handle value.
||Enables or disables the recognition of a specified set of gestures.
||Specifies whether or not the recognizer should use its dictionary to validate
||Notifies the recognizer that input has ended for the session. This function
does not initiate recognition of the collected data; the client application must
call ProcessHRC to do that.
||Gets recognition results for a range of boxes.
||Retrieves a copy of the GUIDE structure (if any) used in the HRC.
||Gets the module handle to the recognizer DLL attached to the HRC.
||Gets the current maximum number of guesses the recognizer can make for the HRC.
||Retrieves recognition results as HRCRESULT objects. Each object represents one guess.
||Tells the recognizer that it should begin recognition and sets the maximum
amount of time allowed for the task.
||Specifies a GUIDE structure for recognition.
||Sets the maximum number of guesses the recognizer can make for the HRC.
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