In version 2.0, applications have much greater control over scheduling the
recog-nition process. If it does not use DoDefaultPenInput
, an application continuously feeds pen data to a recognizer through the AddPenInputHRC
function. By calling ProcessHRC
, the application can also schedule regular time slots for the recog-nizer to
see the input as the user writes.
This real-time recognition processing contrasts with the recognition
procedures of version 1.0, in which the application relinquished control to the obsolete Recognize
function for the duration of the input session. The version 2.0 recognizer
can now "cook" pen input virtually as it arrives from the pen driver, with the
application determining how often and how long the recognizer has control.
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