Music files to a program

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    Music files to a program

    How can I incorporate a music files on my hard drive into a computer program. Can I just call up any files in the algorithm so that it plays or is it more complicated than that?

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    Check out GameTutorials.com.

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    How does this help me?

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    Must we do everything for you? It took me I think my first 4 clicks on the page to find what I was looking for, and I had never ever been there before!

    Click "tutorials".
    Click "C"
    Click "page 2"
    Click "page 3"
    Click "page 4"
    ... see the pattern?

    Oh my god! What's this!?! "Playing a WAV file."

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    Ok give me a break here, I'm looking for all this and all this code is lashed in my face. All I need to know is hwo I open a music file and run it through the game that is playing

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    > Ok give me a break here, I'm looking for all this and all this
    > code is lashed in my face. All I need to know is hwo I open a
    > music file and run it through the game that is playing

    So what exactly do you want? You don't want sample code. What
    exactly is it you want? There is no standard function that will just
    let you play a music file. You can't just:

    #include <stdio.h>
    playmusic( "myfile.wav" );

    There is nothing this simple with ANSI C. You are given sample
    code which tells how to do it, but you apparently don't want
    that? So again, what exactly do you expect to have happen?
    What is it you're asking for if you don't want "all this code"?

    Quzah.
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    Don't you just hate 1st year Computers at UofT Engineering?

    Hope it works out all right for you!

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    "Don't you just hate 1st year Computers at UofT Engineering?
    Hope it works out all right for you"


    Who is this?

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    Originally posted by y2jasontario
    Ok give me a break here, I'm looking for all this and all this code is lashed in my face. All I need to know is hwo I open a music file and run it through the game that is playing
    Look at the site, and do what quzah said. It ain't that hard. *Sheeeeshhhh.....*

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    if you want to DIY, www.wotsit.org is a good place to start...
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