I played around with the MS Windows Media Player on XP. Could not get it to go with command line arguments.
Luckily, I had written a small (32k) embedded media player (for .mid .mp3 .wma files) with BCX basic/C a long time ago and changed it to accept command line arguments. If anyone wants to use it, the zip file is attached. The zip file also contains the Python test file and a few domained sample midi files.
I want to use Python language for writting a media-player which ca play mp3,wav... Mplay is file.exe
Can you sent me the source of Mplay
my e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you very much
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