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Say - speaks out it's own command line [CMD]

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say - is a tiny Windows application that speaks out it's own command line. It's influenced by Mac OS X say command that does exactly same thing. You can use it in batch jobs, auto start (run key in registry) etc. Make sure to put it in %PATH% based folder like windows\system32. Required is Windows XP or above. For older versions you'll need to install Speech SDK

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Hi, is there any chance of a version of this that if called again, stops the existing voice instead of waiting for it to finish?


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here's a vbscript that does the same thing

strText = Wscript.Arguments(0)

Set objVoice = CreateObject("SAPI.SpVoice")
objVoice.Speak strText