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when im trying to load a .wav file as ascii, im getting following error , can anybody resolve it???????
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Unknown text on line number 1 of ASCII file C:\Users\Lubna\matlab\2_1.wav
"RIFFX".
 
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"ABC " <looma.amir.ali@gmail.com> wrote in message <jn3vqv$edk$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> when im trying to load a .wav file as ascii, im getting following error , can anybody resolve it???????
>  s=load('C:\Users\Lubna\matlab\2_1.wav', '-ascii')
> ??? Error using ==> load
> Unknown text on line number 1 of ASCII file C:\Users\Lubna\matlab\2_1.wav
> "RIFFX".
>  

Did this start out as a sound file that has been saved to ascii format with the extension .wav?  If it's a binary file, why are you not using wavread to read it?

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On Apr 23, 12:26=A0pm, "ABC " <looma.amir....@gmail.com> wrote:
> when im trying to load a .wav file as ascii, im getting following error ,=
 can anybody resolve it???????
> =A0s=3Dload('C:\Users\Lubna\matlab\2_1.wav', '-ascii')
> ??? Error using =3D=3D> load
> Unknown text on line number 1 of ASCII file C:\Users\Lubna\matlab\2_1.wav
> "RIFFX ".
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Why do you want to do that?  Why not just read in the numbers (like
normal), then use fprintf or sprintf if you want to output them in
ascii somewhere.
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