wave playback callback function

I am looking to play a wave (file or resource) using the waveout API calls (waveoutprepareheader, etc.).  I want to do this so I can be notified via callback when the wave has completed playback.  Also I want to be able to know ths position of the wave during playback.  Does anyone have some sample code to open a wave file and create the headers/buffer for playback using this method?
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chensuCommented:
There is an example code with Microsoft Visual C++ 16-bit version. It is called "Reverse", it uses mmio functions to open a WAVE file, reverse the samples and play it with waveOut functions. If you cannot get it, I can send it to you by E-Mail (let me know your E-Mail address).
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dmetzlerAuthor Commented:
Chensu,

Yes - please send it to DonMetzler@aol.com

Thanks!

Don
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