The punc parameters

pj at pj at
Fri Apr 12 19:37:56 EDT 2013


There are five punctuation-related parameters at the speakup level:
  punc_all     !"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\]^_`{|}~
  punc_most    #$%&()*+/<=>@\^|
  punc_some    $%&/@
  punc_level   1
  reading_punc 1

and one at the synth level:
  punct        0

What do they mean, and how do they interact ?
For example: punc_all, punc_most and punc_some
obviously define various different sets of punctuation characters;
but then punc_level is set not to "all" or "most" or "some",
but to a number.  Does that number refer to all, most, or some ?

How do they interact with the synth-level punct parameter ?

And the reading_punc parameter: is that a number, or a boolean ?
What does it do ?

In  it says:
  If you find one you aren't sure about,
  you can post a query on the Speakup list.

Regards,  Peter Billam      pj at     (03) 6278 9410
"Follow the charge, not the particle."  --  Richard Feynman
 from The Theory of Positrons, Physical Review, 1949

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