Factoid – PB Docs 150

Factoid property for PowerScript controls

Controls

InkEdit controls

Description

Specifies a context for ink recognition in an InkEdit control.
Set this property if the input data is of a known datatype, such
as a date, to constrain the search for a recognition result. Possible
values include digit, email, Web, date, time, number, currency,
percent, and telephone.

Usage

In a painter

proc.png To specify a factoid for an InkEdit control:

  1. Select a factoid from the drop-down list.

The following values are available. After the Default and
None factoids, the drop-down list displays factoids for special
formats in alphabetical order, followed by single character factoids
and Asian language factoids.

Factoid

Description

Default

Returns recognizer to the default setting.
For Western languages, the default setting includes the user and system
dictionaries, various punctuation marks, and the Web and Number
factoids. For Eastern languages, the default setting includes all
characters supported by the recognizer.

None

Disables all factoids, dictionaries,
and the language model.

Currency

Currency in pounds, dollars, euros, and
yen.

Date

Dates written in English; for example
8/19/2005, Aug 19, 2005, or Friday, August 19,
2005.

E-mail

Email addresses.

Filename

Windows file name paths. The name cannot
include the following characters: / : ” < > |

Number

Numeric values, including ordinals, decimals,
separators, common suffixes, and mathematical symbols. This factoid
includes the Currency and Time factoids.

Percent

A number followed by the percent symbol.

Postal Code

Postal codes as written in English, for
example 01730 or CT17 9PW.

System Dictionary

Words in the system dictionary only.

Telephone

Telephone numbers as written in English,
for example (555) 555 5555 or +44 1234
123456.

Time

Times as written in English, for example
15:05 or 3:05 pm.

Web

Various URL formats.

Word List

Words on the word list associated with
the recognizer context only.

Digit

A single digit (0-9).

One Char

A single ANSI character.

Upper Char

A single uppercase character.

In addition, the following Asian language factoids are available:

Bopomofo

Kanji Common

Hangul Common

Katakana

Hiragana

Korean Common

Jamo

Simplified Chinese Common

Japanese Common

Traditional Chinese Common

In scripts

The Factoid property takes a string value.

This example sets the Factoid property to Telephone for the
control ie_1:


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