AudioAlarm

From Rosetta Code
AudioAlarm is a draft programming task. It is not yet considered ready to be promoted as a complete task, for reasons that should be found in its talk page.

AudioAlarm is a program that asks the user to enter a certain number, representing a number of seconds. After the user enters the number, the program will ask the user to enter the name of an MP3 audio file (without the .mp3 file extension). The program will then display a (usually blank) page. After the time (indicated by the number) is up, a sound (indicated by the MP3 file) will go off. Useful for timers and alarm clocks. The app must be installed in its own folder, preferrably with a name like AudioAlarm. To install a sound on the app, just copy the MP3 to the app folder you set up. Then, when the app asks you for the filename, you just type in the name without an extension.

AutoHotkey[edit]

Uses Run for maximum compatibility

Inputbox, seconds, Seconds, Enter a number of seconds:
FileSelectFile, File, 3, %A_ScriptDir%, File to be played, MP3 Files (*.mp3)
Sleep Seconds*1000
RunWait % file

AWK[edit]

 
# syntax: GAWK -f AUDIOALARM.AWK
BEGIN {
printf("enter seconds to wait: ")
getline seconds
if (seconds !~ /^[0-9]+$/ || seconds > 99999) {
print("error: invalid")
exit(1)
}
printf("enter filename to play: ")
getline music_filename
if (music_filename ~ /^ *$/) {
print("error: invalid")
exit(1)
}
if (toupper(music_filename) !~ /\.(MID|MOV|MP[34]|WAV|WMA)$/) {
music_filename = music_filename ".MP3"
}
system(sprintf("TIMEOUT /T %d",seconds))
system(sprintf("START \"C:\\PROGRAM FILES\\WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER\\WMPLAYER.EXE\" \"%s\"",music_filename))
exit(0)
}
 

Batch File[edit]

 
@echo off

:: Get user input

:: %alarm% can have spaces, but cannot have quotation marks ("")
:: %time% has a working range of -1 to 99999 seconds
:input
set /p "time=Input amount of time in seconds to wait: "
set /p "alarm=Input name of alarm: "

:: Check if %time% is an integer with 'set /a'

set /a intcheck=%time%
if %intcheck%==0 goto input
 
cls
timeout /t %time% /nobreak >nul
start "" "%alarm%.mp3"
 
Output:
Input amount of time in seconds to wait: 5
Input name of alarm: alarm name with spaces

EchoLisp[edit]

 
(lib 'timer)
(lib 'audio)
 
(define (AudioAlarm)
(display "Time to wake-up" "color:red")
(audio-show) ;; show audio control
(audio-play) ;; play it
)
 
(define (task)
(define audio-file
(read-string "ring0" "audio-file name? ring0/ring1/ring2/dalida"))
(define seconds (read-number 3600 "countdown (seconds) ?"))
(audio-src (string-append "./sounds/" audio-file))
(at seconds 'seconds AudioAlarm))
 
;; out
(task)
 
11/2/2016 23:43:42 : AudioAlarm
Time to wake-up ;; + ... 🎼 🎢🎡🎢🎡
 
 

JavaScript/HTML[edit]

<title> AudioAlarm </title>
<script>
var a=prompt("Enter a number of seconds", "");
var b=prompt("Enter the name of an MP3 file you have installed in the directory (without extension)", "");
document.write("<meta http-equiv='refresh' content='"+a+";url="+b+".mp3'>")
</script>

Liberty BASIC[edit]

LB can play wav files natively. Here we call the standard Windows Media Player for an MP3. If not already running, this will add an extra delay... It will error if the mp3 file does not exist in the specified path.

nomainwin
 
prompt "Delay in seconds"; sec$
prompt "MP3 to play as alarm"; mp3$
f$ ="f:\"; mp3$; ".mp3"
 
timer val( sec$) *100, [done]
wait
 
[done]
timer 0
run "C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe " +chr$(34) +f$ +chr$(34)
 
end

Pure Data[edit]

(Pure Data really needed file upload: A screenshot of the patch would save space and at the same time be self-explanatory, thus making the script superfluous.)

Alarm.pd:

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Features:

  • Pd has built-in WAV file support - mp3 will require an extension
  • Time input by hours, minutes and seconds
  • Start, pause and resume button
  • Sound file selection via file browser dialog, test button and volume control

Python[edit]

Python natively supports playing .wav files (via the wave library), but not .mp3. Therefore, this calls to the OS to start the file. This behaves as though the mp3 file were double-clicked and plays the file with the default system player.

Works with: Python version 3.4.1
import time
import os
 
seconds = input("Enter a number of seconds: ")
sound = input("Enter an mp3 filename: ")
 
time.sleep(float(seconds))
os.startfile(sound + ".mp3")

Racket[edit]

Racket does not currently have native mp3 support so this example uses system to call an external application.

#lang racket
(display "Time to wait in seconds: ")
(define time (string->number (read-line)))
 
(display "File Name: ")
(define file-name (read-line))
 
(when (file-exists? (string->path (string-append file-name ".mp3")))
(sleep time)
(system* "/usr/bin/mpg123" (string-append file-name ".mp3")))

REXX[edit]

using SLEEP[edit]

/*REXX pgm to prompt user for: # (of secs); a name of a MP3 file to play*/
 
say '──────── Please enter a number of seconds to wait:'
parse pull waitTime .
/*add code to verify number is a valid number. */
 
say '──────── Please enter a name of an MP3 file to play:'
parse pull MP3FILE
/*add code to verify answer is a valid filename.*/
 
call sleep waitTime
MP3FILE'.MP3'
/*stick a fork in it, we're done.*/

output when using the input of: xxx

using spin[edit]

/*REXX pgm to prompt user for: # (of secs); a name of a MP3 file to play*/
 
say '──────── Please enter a number of seconds to wait:'
parse pull waitTime .
 
say '──────── Please enter a name of an MP3 file to play:'
parse pull MP3FILE
 
call time 'Reset' /*reset the REXX (elapsed) timer.*/
 
do until time('E') >waitTime /*wait out the clock (in seconds)*/
end
 
MP3FILE'.MP3'
/*stick a fork in it, we're done.*/

Tcl[edit]

Library: Snack
package require sound
 
fconfigure stdout -buffering none
puts -nonewline "How long to wait for (seconds): "
gets stdin delay
puts -nonewline "What file to play: "
gets stdin soundFile
 
snack::sound snd
snd read $soundFile
after [expr {$delay * 1000}] {snd play -command {set done 1}}
vwait done
 
catch {snd stop}
snd destroy
puts "all done"
exit

zkl[edit]

There is no built in sound support so this example is coded for my Linux box. A change: rather than seconds to wait, a time is used.

hms :=Time.Date.parseTime(ask("Time to play mp3 file: "));
file:=ask("File to play: ") + ".mp3";
 
time:=Time.Clock.localTime.copy();
time[3]=hms[0]; time[4]=hms[1]; time[5]=hms[2];
time=Time.Clock.mktime(time.xplode()) - Time.Clock.time;
 
println("Play ",file," in ",time," seconds");
Thread.Timer(System.cmd.fp("mplayer "+file),time).go(); // a thread
Atomic.sleep(time+1); // veg out until sound plays, then exit
//to just play the file, no threads:
//Atomic.sleep(time);
//System.cmd("mplayer "+file);
 
Output:
$ zkl ding
Time to play mp3 file: 8:23pm
File to play: ding
Play ding.mp3 in 45 seconds
<45 seconds pass>
MPlayer2 UNKNOWN (C) 2000-2012 MPlayer Team
...
Exiting... (End of file)
$