are theyre any C commands in unix that produce a sound that can adjust like
frequency and stuff?
> are theyre any C commands in unix that produce a sound that can adjust like
> frequency and stuff?
If not, you might like to look at the Network Audio System (nas) from
Xerox (maybe try http://www.xerox.com ?). This is a little like
X-Windows for audio. It lets you play samples in various sound formats.
Of course, you have to make (or pirate :-) ) these samples first. If
all you want is to create a beep, there is some code on SunSite
(http://sunsite.unc.edu) somewhere under the Linux subtree which
interfaces with VoxWare and is suitable for these simpler tasks.
Is it possible to create external code files in Unix?
No, I'm not thinking of libraries (static or shared),
nor am I referring to full applications called after
a fork()/exec() pair.
I'm interested in opening some kind of file, read it into
memory, and jump to it. Is this possible in Unix?
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