phonetic-languages-simplified-generalized-examples-array-0.5.0.1: Helps to create texts with the given phonetic properties (e. g. poetic).

EspeakNG_IPA

Description

Is intended to use internally "espeak-ng" or "espeak" executable to produce the IPA phonemes output of the given String. The prerequisite is installed espeak-ng or espeak executable in the path that is in the PATH environment variable.

Synopsis

# Documentation

Given a language String supported by the espeak-ng or espeak (which one is installed properly, the espeak-ng is a preferred one) and the needed text returns the IPA representation. Is just some wrapper around the espeak functionality.

Given a language String supported by the espeak-ng or espeak (which one is installed properly, the espeak-ng is a preferred one) and the needed text returns the IPA representation filtered of the 'ˈ' and 'ː' characters. Is just some wrapper around the espeak functionality.

Given a language String supported by the espeak-ng or espeak (which one is installed properly, the espeak-ng is a preferred one) and the needed text prints the IPA representation. Is just some wrapper around the espeak functionality.

Given a language String supported by the espeak-ng or espeak (which one is installed properly, the espeak-ng is a preferred one) and the needed text prints the IPA representation filtered of the 'ˈ' and 'ː' characters. Is just some wrapper around the espeak functionality.

espeakNG_IPA_G :: (String -> String) -> String -> String -> IO String Source #

Given a conversion function that is applied to the resulting String before it is returned, a language String supported by the espeak-ng or espeak (which one is installed properly, the espeak-ng is a preferred one) and the needed text returns the IPA representation. Is just some wrapper around the espeak functionality.

espeakNG_IPA_G_ :: (String -> String) -> String -> String -> IO () Source #

Given a conversion function that is applied to the resulting String before it is printed, a language String supported by the espeak-ng or espeak (which one is installed properly, the espeak-ng is a preferred one) and the needed text prints the IPA representation. Is just some wrapper around the espeak functionality.