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stop_midi(3alleg4)						  Allegro manual						stop_midi(3alleg4)

stop_midi - Stops whatever music is currently playing. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> void stop_midi(); DESCRIPTION
Stops whatever music is currently playing. This is the same thing as calling play_midi(NULL, FALSE). SEE ALSO
play_midi(3alleg4), midi_pause(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 stop_midi(3alleg4)

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play_midi(3alleg4)						  Allegro manual						play_midi(3alleg4)

play_midi - Starts playing the specified MIDI file. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> int play_midi(MIDI *midi, int loop); DESCRIPTION
Starts playing the specified MIDI file, first stopping whatever music was previously playing. If the loop flag is set to non-zero, the data will be repeated until replaced with something else, otherwise it will stop at the end of the file. Passing a NULL pointer will stop what- ever music is currently playing. RETURN VALUE
Returns non-zero if an error occurs (this may happen if a patch-caching wavetable driver is unable to load the required samples, or at least it might in the future when somebody writes some patch-caching wavetable drivers :-) SEE ALSO
install_sound(3alleg4), load_midi(3alleg4), play_looped_midi(3alleg4), stop_midi(3alleg4), midi_pause(3alleg4), midi_seek(3alleg4), midi_pos(3alleg4), midi_time(3alleg4), midi_msg_callback(3alleg4), exmidi(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 play_midi(3alleg4)
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