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Speech Recognition Sample Source code in VB.net

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I need a simple program that will record a score when someone says the name of the team.  All of the SAPI speech recognition samples from Microsofts site are from the old versions of Visual Basic.  Can someone please supply me with simple source code that just converts a phrase into a string, I can program the rest, please note the code needs to be Visual Basic .NET syntax.  Thank you.
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rajaamirapu earned 500 total points
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See the link
http://www.microsoft.com/speech/techinfo/sdkoverviewbeta/
This may give you a breif idea
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Already checked there, no help. Thanks anyway.
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