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Negative Numbers in Germany language

Why can the negative numbers in German language not be included in speech recognition ?

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GiftA-MSFT answered FIXEDTERMAlzubiAbdulmalikDCAEESW2-8825 commented

Hi, thanks for reaching out. If you use dictation mode, you can say: "minus zeichen <number>" and it will be transformed into "-<number>". It is currently the same behavior for English, that the minus symbol will only be transformed to the actual sign in dictation mode. Punctuation signs such as "-" are discarded during the data upload. For negative numbers, we recommend to write them plain text, i.e., "minus neun" ("minus 9" is also acceptable). As punctuation exceptions, "9." will be uploaded as "neunter", and "9.4" as neun comma vier. Hope this helps!

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Hallo @GiftA-MSFT,
i am using microsoft cognitive v1.18.0. I need a longer pause before the speech to text ends after the user has entered the activation word. The user must enter separate numbers such as bit 1 2 3 and the user needs a pause for this.

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