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sndStopSound ??

Posted on 1998-01-08
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Does that excist in 32bit?

I can not find it in my apiviewer, I need the declaration.
It seems to be in the winmm.dll and not in the mmsystem, as earlier.
I need the declaration of the sndStopSound.
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Jacob
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It's not an available function anymore, if it ever was.  sndPlaySound is only provided for backward compatibality.  I checked in the Win32 SDK, and there is no reference to it.
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I've never heard of sndStopSound. There is a StopSound in the 16bit api (Declare Function StopSound Lib "Sound" () As Integer). But this was dropped from the win32 version in lue of multimedia sound support. So there is no 32 bit api for this.
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thank you, both.

Jacob

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