The speakdigitpairs statement buffers up one or more digit pairs to be spoken later by the speaknow statement.
This statement has one parameter:
digits – digits to be spoken.
This statement buffers up one or more digit pairs to be spoken later by the speaknow statement. Integer numbers within the text will be spoken as pairs of digits, for example 2145 is “twenty-one fourty-five”. However, if a number has more than four digits it will be spoken as individual digits. This statement is good for speaking addresses.
This example speaks twenty-one fourty-five North Princeton.
speakdigitpairs "2145" speakwords "North Princeton" speaknow
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