JSGF

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JSGF stands for Java Speech Grammar Format or the JSpeech Grammar Format (in a W3C Note). Developed by Sun Microsystems, it is a textual representation of grammars for use in speech recognition for technologies like XHTML+Voice. JSGF adopts the style and conventions of the Java programming language in addition to use of traditional grammar notations.

The Speech Recognition Grammar Specification was derived from this specification.

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The following JSGF grammar will recognize the words coffee, tea, and milk.

 #JSGF V1.0;
  
 grammar drinks;
   
 public <drinks> = coffee | tea | milk;

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