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Posted on 1998-04-03
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i am building a multimedia application
and i have seen hints to further
see the mmsystem.hlp file at \delphi\bin
directory, but it does not exist there.

please help...

thanks,
eabell
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Hi

I think the help file you need is mm.hlp in the Delphi\Help directory.

Regards,
JB
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by:eabell
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I am sure it's not mm.hlp...

Is there any  good D2 book that explores and focus
more on the multimedia programming??

Your suggestions are highly appreciated.
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by:JimBob091197
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Hi

I'm using Delphi 3, and mm.hlp is the help file which corresponds to MMSystem.pas (for Delphi 3).

Sorry, can't help you with any books...

Cheers,
JB
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