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wav or midi in turbo c++ 3.0 (dos)???

wav or midi in turbo c++ 3.0 (dos)???

wav or midi in turbo c++ 3.0 (dos)???

I'm not exactly new to programming in C++ and I can only get a lot of stuff to work in dos, so I'm going with dos programming!  Can someone tell me how to play a sound file through a dos application?  I'm using Turbo C++ 3.0 (for dos).

Any helpful tips would be appreciated!


RE: wav or midi in turbo c++ 3.0 (dos)???

The last time I worked on a DOS midi/wav program I had to have the drivers for a specific sound card. You may have to find the DOS drivers for your sound card and call them from your program.

Anybody have any better information?

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