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Adding a sound file to a java applet

 
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I have a simple animation applet: bouncing balls, which compiled and ran without problems. I wanted to add sound to the applet so that when ball hit walls of applet container a sound file was played. When i added sound capability to the applet, it compiled with out problems but crashed when i ran it. Here's the program...




 
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Crashed? The best thing to do in that case is to start by looking at the stack trace. You'll find that in the Java console. It should tell you what line of the code threw an exception, and also what the exception was.
 
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