@interface MLKDigitalInkRecognitionResult : NSObject
Object representing the output of an ink recognition.
A recognizer usually provides several recognition alternatives, because the user intent is not always clear. For example, if the user writes a vertical line and then a circle, the recognition alternatives could include “10”, “IO”, and “lo”.
Alternatives are named “candidates”. This object represents a set of candidates as a list of
DigitalInkRecognizer to perform the recognition itself. If nothing could be recognized,
candidates will be an empty array.
List of recognition alternatives.
Candidates are ordered from most likely to least likely. When scores are provided, they are in increasing order.
The number of candidates depends on the options used when initializing the recognizer. See
@property (nonatomic, readonly) NSArray<MLKDigitalInkRecognitionCandidate *> *_Nonnull candidates;
This object is only meant to be instantiated by a
- (nonnull instancetype)init;