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I keep on getting an "Object reference not set to an instance of an object" message for my code, whilst what I'm trying to do is to initialize a sound that I have embedded in my program on visual studio, a little help please... Thanks :)

What I have tried:

Uri pathToFile = new Uri("pack://application:,,,/clang (1).wav");
StreamResourceInfo strm = Application.GetResourceStream(pathToFile);
SoundPlayer sp = new SoundPlayer(strm.Stream);
sp.PlayLooping();
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Updated 14-Aug-16 16:13pm
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Mehdi Gholam 15-Aug-16 0:28am
   
Use a debugger and see which object is null.
Mihlali Ngc 15-Aug-16 1:42am
   
I did, the variable strm is null but I don't know how to solve that problem, I've been trying
Mehdi Gholam 15-Aug-16 1:44am
   
Then obviously Application.GetResourceStream(pathToFile) isn't working so check you path.
Mihlali Ngc 15-Aug-16 1:56am
   
I tried checking, I tried writing the wrong file name, and the message was different, like "file 'clang.wav' was not found, so I knew that it had nothing to do with the file itself as it is part of the project package, but I still don't know where I'm going wrong
Richard MacCutchan 15-Aug-16 3:37am
   
That URI does not look valid, you need to check again the absolute path to the file.
Bernhard Hiller 15-Aug-16 3:32am
   
Can you play that file in e.g. Media player?
Aless Alessio 16-Aug-16 6:34am
   
has the Wav been included in your project as a Resource?

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