< noinput >

The < noinput > element handles the event when the user does not give inputs in a field. This is a shorthand notation for < catch event=“noinput” > that catches all events of type error.

<noinput
count="Integer"
cond="ECMAScript_Expression">
child elements
</noinput>
countThe count attribute indicates the event count as in the < catch > element. This attribute is optional.
condThe cond attribute is a Boolean condition to test to see if the event is caught by the <noinput> element. This attribute is optional.
<field>, <form>, <initial>, <menu>, <object>, <record>, <subdialog>, <transfer>, <vxml>
<assign>, <audio>, <clear>, <disconnect>, <enumerate>, <exit>, <goto>, <if>, <prompt>, <reprompt>, <return>, <script>, <submit>, <throw>, <value>, <var>
None.
None.
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<vxml version="2.0" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/vxml">
 <form>
  <field name="hello">
   <grammar type="text/x-grammar-choice-dtmf">
    1 {hello}
   </grammar>
   <prompt>Say hello</prompt>
   <noinput>Say something</noinput>
   <filled>
    <prompt>Hello, world!</prompt>
   </filled>
  </field>
 </form>
</vxml>