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    sgthale is offline Member
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    Ive been digging into Google for hours now and I cant find one tutorial for adding sounds to applications. They are all just for Applets. If I try to use the Applet tutorial code, I get this error in the line:

    Java Code:
    import java.applet.AudioClip;
    public class SoundManager {
    	private static AudioClip[] sounds = new AudioClip[32];
    	private static int count = 0;
    	public void loadSound(String file){
    		sounds[count++] = getAudioClip(getCodeBase(), file);
    "The Method getCodeBase() is undefined for the class"

    How do I fix this problem, OR how do I implement sounds into APPLICATIONS

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    Default Re: Adding Sound to APPLICATIONS

    There's a static method in the Applet class: newAudioClip( ... ); it loads an audio clip for you; there's no need to worry about that Applet class, i.e. you don't need to build an applet, you're just using a static method from that class (the method is in the wrong class i.m.h.o.)

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    Default Re: Adding Sound to APPLICATIONS

    there can be one other way too.....but it will use your computer's pre-installed products like windows media player,etc...

    search for exec method that will indirectly use the command line to play audio files.....

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