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TITLE : Change History « 12noon
Use MessageBeep() function with appropriate parameters for MultiMedia support........
http://12noon.com/@page_id=139


TITLE : Improving build times with pre-compiled headers
MessageBeep(0);.......
http://bcbjournal.org/articles/vol4/0005/Improving_build_times_with_pre-compiled_headers.htm
TITLE : Invoke Win32 API via PowerShell | coolorange
static extern Boolean MessageBeep(UInt32 beepType);.......
http://blog.coolorange.com/2013/04/22/invoke-win32-api-via-powershell/
TITLE : Invoke Win32 API via PowerShell | coolorange
if (!MessageBeep((UInt32)type)).......
http://blog.coolorange.com/2013/04/22/invoke-win32-api-via-powershell/
TITLE : WM_TIMER example | Bobobobo's Weblog
MessageBeep( 1 ) ;.......
http://bobobobo.wordpress.com/2010/11/07/wm_timer-example/
TITLE : WM_TIMER example | Bobobobo's Weblog
MessageBeep( 1 ) ;.......
http://bobobobo.wordpress.com/2010/11/07/wm_timer-example/
TITLE : 98930 – Integer values passed to a C++ function, appear to corrupt stack
MyMessageBeep(5000) ' Test.......
http://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi@id=98930
TITLE : TextOut in a Win32 Application - C / C++
MessageBeep(MB_OK);.......
http://bytes.com/topic/c/answers/702840-textout-win32-application
TITLE : TextOut in a Win32 Application - C / C++
MessageBeep(MB_OK);.......
http://bytes.com/topic/c/answers/702840-textout-win32-application
TITLE : Simplify Native Code Access with JNA Blog | Oracle Community
It is useful to know JNA because the Java APIs, with their architecture-neutral emphasis, will never support platform-specific functionality. So, for example, if that killer app you've just invented needs to play the Windows "Critical Stop" sound you'll be stuck as the Windows MessageBeep()function can't be called via the standard APIs........
http://community.oracle.com/docs/DOC-982919
TITLE : Simplify Native Code Access with JNA Blog | Oracle Community
MessageBeep(int uType); ... (lines deleted for clarity) ... }.......
http://community.oracle.com/docs/DOC-982919
TITLE : Simplify Native Code Access with JNA Blog | Oracle Community
The article's introduction mentioned the use of Windows standard sounds for indicating specific events. These sounds can be produced by calling the MessageBeep(int type) function. Example code showing the use ofMessageBeep() can be found in the fileMessageBeep.java........
http://community.oracle.com/docs/DOC-982919
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