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Operating Systems OS X (Apple) Sound under OS 10.4.11 and 10.7.2 Post 302567901 by xbin on Tuesday 25th of October 2011 12:09:51 PM
Well, qtplay isn't part of OS X. Do you have the audio bell set in your Terminal preferences? I have no idea why applescript isn't working but you can play sounds with afplay. Type the following for the proper syntax (the man page is sparse).
afplay -h

Of course there are a number of open source options.
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Net::Hotline::FileInfoItem(3pm) 			User Contributed Perl Documentation			   Net::Hotline::FileInfoItem(3pm)

Net::Hotline::FileInfoItem - File object used internally by Net::Hotline::Client SYNOPSIS
use Net::Hotline::FileInfoItem; $file = new Net::Hotline::FileInfoItem; $file->name("smile"); $file->comments("A happy file."); ... DESCRIPTION
Net::Hotline::FileInfoItem is a simple class for storing and retrieving file information, You should never have to create your own Net::Hotline::FileInfoItem objects when using Net::Hotline::Client. Getting and (to a lesser extent) setting attributes is all that should be necessary. CONSTRUCTION
new Creates a new Net::Hotline::FileInfoItem object with all attributes set to undef. METHODS
All the Net::Hotline::FileInfoItem methods are simple attribute get/set routines. If given an argument, they set an attribute. In all cases, they return the current value of the attribute. comment TEXT The file comments (as seen in the Mac OS Finder). ctime NUM The creation time of the file, given as a Mac OS native time value. Add the constant Net::Hotline::Constants::HTLC_MACOS_TO_UNIX_TIME to it to change it to seconds since the Unix epoch. creator TEXT The file creator, given as a four-letter Mac OS creator code ("TTXT", "SIT!", etc.) name TEXT The file name. icon The file icon given as a four-letter code. mtime NUM The modification time of the file, given as a Mac OS native time value. Add the constant Net::Hotline::Constants::HTLC_MACOS_TO_UNIX_TIME to it to change it to seconds since the Unix epoch. ctime NUM The creation time of the file, given as a Mac OS native time value. Add the constant Net::Hotline::Constants::HTLC_MACOS_TO_UNIX_TIME to it to change it to seconds since the Unix epoch. size NUM The size of the file in bytes. type TEXT The file type, given as a four-letter Mac OS type code ("TEXT", "PICT", etc.), Net::Hotline::Constants::HTLC_INFO_FOLDER_TYPE for folders, and Net::Hotline::Constants::HTLC_INFO_FALIAS_TYPE for folder aliases. AUTHOR
John C. Siracusa ( COPYRIGHT
Copyright(c) 1999 by John Siracusa. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.10.1 2002-11-27 Net::Hotline::FileInfoItem(3pm)

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