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running mp3 in c or c++ ?

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how can i run a wmv or mp3 file in  c or c++? is it possible? should i need mmsystem.h?
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You could simply invoke the default application to play these files, e.g.

ShellExecute ( NULL, "open", "c:\\somefolder\\file2.mp3", NULL, NULL, SW_SHOW);
ShellExecute ( NULL, "open", "c:\\somefolder\\file2.wmv", NULL, NULL, SW_SHOW);
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