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Old 4th September 2005, 22:04   #306
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Hey, you should use the WinAmp Library to get the id3 information:


Array m_MLResult = (Array)wo.MediaLibrary.RunQueryArray("(type == 0)");// AND ((lastplay >= [14 days ago]))");
int m_MLResult_iterator = m_MLResult.GetLowerBound(0);

while(m_MLResult_iterator <= m_MLResult.Length)
MediaItem CurrentItem = (MediaItem)m_MLResult.GetValue(m_MLResult_iterator);


In the Query you can enter whatever file you need to find.

P.S Naturally you can use foreach to iterate the array instead of for.
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