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java speech recognition help

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Hi friends

I got stuck while i began to write a speechh recognizer using java

When i try the following simple program to test if any recognizers are present or not then the output comes out to be null.

import javax.speech.recognition.*;
import javax.speech.*;
import javax.speech.synthesis.*;

class recogdemo
public static void main (String args[]) throws Exception
EngineModeDesc desc=new EngineModeDesc(null);
Recognizer recog=null;




I dont the what is the problem .........
Somebody please help me its urgent........
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I would guess that means that no recognizers are installed. Did you install any? I fairly certain that JavaSpeech does not come with any recognizers - it's just an API, but with no implementation.

Last time I looked (which was a while ago, and I didn't look very hard) I didn't notice any freely available speech recognition engines for JavaSpeech. (There's a free synthesis engine called FreeTTS on SourceForge, though.)
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