Gets information about a designated speech channel.
- macOS 10.0–10.8Deprecated
The speech channel about which information is being requested.
A speech information selector that indicates the type of information being requested.
For a complete list of speech information selectors, see Speech-Channel Information Constants. This list indicates how your application should set the
speechparameter for each selector.
A pointer whose meaning depends on the speech information selector specified in the
A result code. See Result Codes.
returns, in the data structure pointed to by the
the type of information requested by the
as it applies to the speech channel specified in the
The format of the data structure specified by the
depends on the selector you choose. For example, a selector might
require that your application allocate a block of memory of a certain
size and pass a pointer to that block. Another selector might require
speech be set
to the address of a handle variable. In this case, the
would allocate a relocatable block of memory and change the handle
variable specified to reference the block.