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Java Sound Problems............

Posted on 2002-04-11
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As far as i can see this code is correct but the sound is not being played when the button is pressed!

here is all the code involved

public void mousePressed(MouseEvent event)
{
Object source = event.getSource();
if (source == cotbuttons[0])
{
earlyactivitiescount++;
cotbuttons[0].removeMouseListener(this);
WellDoneSound();
}
}

public void WellDoneSound()
{
try
{
URL welldoneurl = new URL("file://C:/Java/FYP/sounds/welcome.wav");
AudioClip welldoneclip = JApplet.newAudioClip(welldoneurl);
welldoneclip.play();
}
catch (MalformedURLException e){}
}


please help if you can!!!!!!!!!

thank you
 
 


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Question by:Codster
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Venci75 earned 10 total points
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It is OK, but probably the code inside the if(source == cotbuttons[0]) is not executed.

PS:
What about the
http://www.experts-exchange.com/java/Q.20287396.html
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by:Codster
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the code is being executed all right have System.out.println("xxxx"); statements everywhere
the import java.net.URL; statement is ok as well
everything seems to be executing only the sound is not being played.

Why do  i not need import javax.sound etc etc?
the file type i am using is a .wav
is there anything involved in that that i have omitted?
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by:objects
ID: 6935363
The answer to your previous question obviously answered your question, so award the points to Venci75.
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by:objects
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I meant the previous question, not this one :)
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by:Codster
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Thank you
i will award him the points
can you help me with my problem at all?
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