Can be used in accounting any where involve statement of number. Build in aware of 64 bits. Cross-platform. Where there is a high demand for converting float data and datetime to textual presentation. You can find its application in many different actual situations such as declaring bank amount, tax amount, money invoice amount, especially in IVR (Interactive Voice Response) applications. I was involved in a IVR application, specifically a Telephone Banking center in which we produced voice stream to state customers' balance If you have a TTS (Text to speech) engine, everything would be simple: you select balance amount from the database as a float number and the engine will speak it out. The fact is not so wonderful, when we developed this program, there was no such Vietnamese TTS engine. Hence we have to do everything by hand, i.e. convert customer's balance to a textual representation, then produce voice stream from a series of pre-recorded voice files.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||56.73 kB|
|System Requirements||Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista|