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My CD Player (50 pts)

Posted on 2001-06-19
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Hi!

I'm using the MCI control (MCI32.ocx)

Qn1. I need the code to continually play the CD - repeat the CD.

Qn2. I need the code for the control to play track after track - The problem is that the control jumps to the last track after finishing the current track rather than playing the following track.

Thanks you, experts!
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by:Askee
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Hi!

Those code still 'dies' after playing 1 track and jumps right to the back.

I've solved the problem myself.  I used a public sub to handle all the rewinding or whatsoever.  Thanks for the link anyway.
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Here's a little more than half the pts with an 'A' grade since the thing wasn't solved.  I suppose you wouldn't want 50 pts with a 'B', right?
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o well, glad you figured it out in the end thats what counts at the end of the day,

thanks for the points anyway.

cheers
Andy
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