[Tutor] Python Access to Computer speaker

Kalle Svensson kalle@gnupung.net
Mon, 19 Feb 2001 02:16:46 +0100

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Sez Danny Yoo:
> On Sun, 18 Feb 2001, Tim Johnson wrote:
> > 	Does Python have a function to access for the computer
> > speaker for frequency and duration?
> > .....like the the "C" sound() function.
> I'll assume that you're working on a Windows system for the moment. =20
> There's a module called winsound that'll let you do this:
>     http://www.python.org/doc/current/lib/module-winsound.html
> In it, there's a function called Beep(), and it does take in frequency and
> duration.  However, I have to admit that I have no experience with it. =
> Perhaps someone else on tutor's played around with it?

I haven't used it myself, but from reading comp.lang.python I have learned
that this doesn't work as advertised on Win95/98/ME systems.  On those
systems, it plays the windows bell sound, regardless of the parameters.

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