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    Re: Creating a class to play sounds.

    There. Got it working.
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    Re: Creating a class to play sounds.

    I know how to do this.. Its sound that confuses me.
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    Re: Creating a class to play sounds.

    How would i fix that..? Yes. I am a noob.
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    Re: Creating a class to play sounds.

    You told me it was wrong D: I'm not good at sounds in java.....
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    Creating a class to play sounds.

    I have a main GUI JFrame class and i want to play .wav sounds when a button is pressed. I've configured everything in the GUI and now i just need to make a sound class which plays a song, located in...
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    Okay thanks for your help. I'll go do it now >.<
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    No how would i make that variable?
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    I'm a noob but how would this help me? Would i change
    PlaySound s = new PlaySound(); to
    PlaySound$1 s = new PlaySound$1(); Because i tried that and it didn't work.
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    run this=Bluemoon.PlaySound$1@1d23e75
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    Yes. I pasted it, man. It told me the run() method was in PlaySound, which it is..
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    Yes. I pasted it, man. But it told me run is in PlaySound, which it is.
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    Yes. It works as a single class. But what i want to do is run the method public void run() in another class when you press a button.
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    So it plays sound on your system??
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    Error Exception in thread "AWT-EventQueue-0" java.lang.RuntimeException: Uncompilable source code - Erroneous sym type: Bluemoon.PlaySound.run
    at...
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    package Bluemoon;
    import java.io.*;
    import javax.sound.sampled.*;

    public class PlaySound
    {
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
    sound = new File("Bluemoon\\Song.wav"); // Write you...
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    The 'PlaySound' class.
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    Combine this with the PlaySound class [Java] public class NewJFrame extends javax.swing.JFrame { /** Creates new form - Pastebin.com
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    PlaySound s = new PlaySound();
    private void BeginActionPerformed(java.awt.event.ActionEvent evt) {
    text1.setText("")
    Begin.setVisible(false);
    choice1.setVisible(true);
    health.setVisible(true);...
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    I'm trying to run the 'run' method in the PlaySound class in my main class called Bluemoon. The code you're asking me to paste is near 300 lines long.
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    Cannot find symbol
    symbol: method run()
    location Bluemoon.PlaySound

    P.s I'm using netbeans because it has the JFrame editor.
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    Re: Adding sound to program.

    An error comes under
    s.run(); saying cannot find symbol.
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    Adding sound to program.

    EDIT - My main class is a JFrame gui
    I have a sound class which access' a .wav in my java package. This is the PlaySound class:

    package Bluemoon;
    import java.io.*;
    import javax.sound.sampled.*;...
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