i want to eject my CD

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    i want to eject my CD

    hi all


    is there any function or code in c that eject my CD ..?




    it will help me alot ...


    thanks

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    What is your OS?

    If you use Windows, try BASS with CD plugin.

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    i'm using windows but i compile al my programs in TC or miracle C so i don't want somthing in vc++



    thnx

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    Well TC is a fossil, and miracle C is a piece of crap.

    Get a compiler which belongs in this millenium, is compatible with your OS and hence has access to all the modern hardware which comes with it.
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    AFAIK you dont need VS to use BASS only Direct X

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    Well TC is a fossil, and miracle C is a piece of crap.

    Get a compiler which belongs in this millenium, is compatible with your OS and hence has access to all the modern hardware which comes with it.
    Right, except you have oldies computer (P3 or below) and small size disk which force you to develop using a traditional way...
    But, as far I know, playing with multiple compilers either old or modern one is good (they said, I don't know what is the reason)...

    Btw, you just need a compiler that support 32/64?-bit architecture to use BASS library.

    BASS-CD is cool because you can detect "whether the tray is open or closed" so we can have a single toggle button to eject and close the tray,... something that hard-to-find for the source code in Google *sob*

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    > Right, except you have oldies computer (P3 or below) and small size disk which force you to develop using a traditional way...

    More like a 16-bit processor. The last 16-bit processor was a 286. Let's see what have come out since then:

    386 32 bits!
    486 Windows 95 (really slow!)
    Pentium (586)
    Pentium Pro
    Pentium II
    Pentium III
    Pentium IV (I think)
    Itanium
    Core
    Core 2


    so... which one do you have?

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