Play audio clip in an Application
I'm trying to play an audio clip by using Applet's newAudioClip()
method. That method takes a URL. The .wav file is located in a jar file
(the only jar file). For example:
if myJar.jar is the only jar file
"java -jar myJar.jar" launches the application correctly and everything
is wonderful. My audio clip won't play because I don't know how to
access the .wav file from the jar file.
This code snippet works fine when I'm not running from the jar file:
File currentDir = new File(".");
URL currentDirURL = currentDir.toURL();
URL url = new URL(currentDirURL, fileName);
AudioClip clip = Applet.newAudioClip(url);
catch (Exception e)
It knows to look for the sound file in the current directory. How do I
adjust this code to look for the sound file in the jar.
I have a feeling it's an easy answer involving class.getResource().....
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