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Does anyone know how to specify a function callback when using waveOutOpen to set up audio. Also, if anyone knows how to use a member function as a callback it would be really helpful

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Original post by Leroy1891
Does anyone know how to specify a function callback when
using waveOutOpen to set up audio.

Also, if anyone knows how to use a member function as a callback
it would be really helpful


I''ve never used waveOut myself so I can''t help you there.

However, to use a member function as a callback, make the callback static. You''ll need to pass it a pointer to the current object instance, though. Usually you''d do this by setting the object''s handle (pointer) to the window''s user data argument using SetWindowLong(). Not clear enough? Ask more specifically





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