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Coding Snack: sWavPlayer - Wave file player without any gui

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DC member highend01 requests:

I'm desperately looking for a simple .wav player that doesn't have any gui at all.

It should have the following features:
- Can be invoked via a e.g. dos prompt (e.g. wavplayer.exe <file> [option])
option = /exit (quit the player after playing the file)
- Works under x86 _and_ x64 systems (WinXP - Win7)
- Portable, configuration files should not be needed

I've used microwav before I switched to Win 7 x64 which worked fine under any x86 environment but fails under x64.

Click here to read more and download sWavPlayer, a program written to satisfy the request

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