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IVR Software Library

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IVR Utility Routine Descriptions

The following routine or parameter is maintained in the PACER and WIZARD IVR software library. These routines are developed for programmers who are creating and managing IVR application programs. IVR programs can be written in C/C++ on Windows, Unix and Linux operating environments.



ivr_speak_city()

int ivr_speak_city(int call,char *text, int allow_interrupt)

The ivr_speak_city function speaks a city name to the specified call. It attempts to read the city from a wave file of the same name, stored in the "Cities" folder. If the city cannot be found, it is then read with standard text-to-speech. You can re-record the cities already in this folder, and add your own cities specific to your region and customers.

Parameters

int

call

Specifies which call to speak to.
It can be one of the following values.

CALL_PRIMARY: Speak to Primary Call
CALL_SECONDARY: Speak to Secondary Call

char *

text

the city name to be read

int

allow_interrupt

Specifies if a digit can interrupt the city name.
It can be one of the following values.

NO_INTERRUPT: Do not allow reading to be interrupted by a digit
INTERRUPT: Allow reading to be interrupted by a digit

Return Value

Returns IVR_SUCCESS on a successful function call. On error the function returns one
of the IVR Error Codes.

Example

ivr_speak_city(CALL_PRIMARY, "Los Vegas", INTERRUPT);