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SBTALKER (DOS) C Interface...plz HELP !!!!

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I am trying to add some speech to an application and I need a C interface to SBTALKER DOS driver ( just a function that will send a string to SBTALKER and the related code) can anyone help... I have found some code but some files missing (.h or .lib files) and I cant compile it....PLEASE HELP!!!

                       Thanks in advance
                            Joe
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The following site has some Borland Pascal units that are actually inline assembler to interface to SBTALKER:

  http://www.dc.ee/Files/Programm.Sound/

The files are SBTALK.ARJ and SBTS-PAS.ARJ. I don't have DOS ready on my machine to try and am not even sure if I can find the old TALKER install files, but if you are really desperate I can give it a try to create the C files myself (please ask for this if you need it).

It should be easy to convert this to some inline C functions.
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