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How to incorporate sound in 4.5??

How to incorporate sound in 4.5??

How to incorporate sound in 4.5??

(OP)
Just wondering if anyone knew of a simple way to play a wav file in Borland C++ version 4.5.  I've gotten a real run around trying to nail this down to actual coding examples or even detailed explanation. I would really appreciate any help anyone can provide.

RE: How to incorporate sound in 4.5??

Here an Example which i used with Windows 3.11 some years ago:


// Header
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#include <mmsystem.h>
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//Program
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::sndPlaySound("welc.wav",SND_SYNC|SND_NODEFAULT);
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hnd
hasso55@yahoo.com
 
 

RE: How to incorporate sound in 4.5??

(OP)
thanks sounds simple enough =)

do you know if this will also work in Windows 98??

RE: How to incorporate sound in 4.5??

Hi,
Have you tried sndPlaySound(....)?
The include is
           mmsystem.h


Dick

RE: How to incorporate sound in 4.5??

Sorry, in the moment I don't have a 32-Bit-System with a soundcard here. The best way: Try it. I think this could be done very easy.

hnd
hasso55@yahoo.com
 
 

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