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Python Music/Sound Code record for killing piece in favor or against the computer


zak100
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Hi,

Kindly guide me some code for producing sound or music which I can use for indicating that a computer piece has been killed or the computer has killed the piece. Small file just executable for 2 or 3 secs. I am working in text mode.

 

Zulfi.

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55 minutes ago, zak100 said:

Kindly guide me some code for producing sound or music which I can use for indicating that a computer piece has been killed or the computer has killed the piece. Small file just executable for 2 or 3 secs. I am working in text mode.

print("\a")

The line of code plays the bell sound, which differ from environment to environment.
It fulfils the requirements stated in OP: It is some code, producing sound or music. It is a small file (one line) and these type of sound files (where files are used) in the OS are usually small and contains a few seconds of sound. It works in text mode*; there will be a visible bell if audio is disabled in the terminal.

 

*) I made a guess what "I am working in text mode" means.

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Hi,

Thanks all, I had a very short time but appreciate your efforts. Any other would definitely benefit from it. However, I used only : print("\a"). This was a great experience. I have once developed cross and zero game but 8-board game proved very lengthy for me and I did it using Python. Definitely this experience woul help me if I learn some ML skills also in Python.

 

God blesses you all.

 

Zulfi.

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