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source code for speech to text/text to speech programs

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does any human being out there know where I can get a hold
of source code for speech to text programs
P.S. goto mypage on ai's at
http://www.nevada.edu/home/15/stits/homepage/afarnum.html
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Source code for speech to text???

Source code for text to speech,

Look into the web site: http://www.pcww.com
There is a library called WSPLIB 2.0 text-to-speech library. You may contact them for the source code.

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this was a good try but I am looking for some thing that does not sound like it has cancer
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