How to use the @microsoft/recognizers-text-number-with-unit.recognizeCurrency function in @microsoft/recognizers-text-number-with-unit

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github BotBuilderCommunity / botbuilder-community-js / libraries / botbuilder-dialog-prompts / src / numberWithUnit.ts View on Github external
protected async onRecognize(context: TurnContext, state: any, options: PromptOptions): Promise> {
        const result: PromptRecognizerResult = { succeeded: false };
        let results: any;
        const activity: Activity = context.activity;
        const utterance: string = activity.text;
        const locale: string = activity.locale || this.defaultLocale || 'en-us';
            case NumberWithUnitPromptType.Currency:
                results = recognizers.recognizeCurrency(utterance, locale);
            case NumberWithUnitPromptType.Dimension:
                results = recognizers.recognizeDimension(utterance, locale);
            case NumberWithUnitPromptType.Age:
                results = recognizers.recognizeAge(utterance, locale);
            case NumberWithUnitPromptType.Temperature:
                results = recognizers.recognizeTemperature(utterance, locale);
        if (results.length > 0 && results[0].resolution != null) {
            const resolvedUnit = results[0].resolution.unit;
            const resolvedValue = results[0].resolution.value;
            try {
                result.succeeded = true;