ok.......how do you do it in C++?
Imperito, Tim, Shtarker... back off...
Don't bring the emo-politics we've been playing back in GD here. Golden Bunny is just here to get some questions answered, like all of us, and if there's anymore bickering of this sort, there will be reprecussions. In fact, I might suffice to say that it is because we could not help Golden Bunny that we are all defensive. So for now, watch your tongue, else it be cut off.
As for the question, what error values does it return if the file is of a too large limit? Perhaps you can either change those limits or find an alternative windows function that can handle larger files. How large are the wavs you're dealing with?
I hope this helps.
hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...
Sorry. I guess that was uncalled for. I was ........ed off that day.
nevermind, I know the code. The file was corrupt thats why it couldn't play. It was Beethoven.wav and it was 26kb. Theres no limit, its just that the file is corupt right now. I'll find another large file to upload into my C++ program.