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IF Command for a .wav music player C#

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Hey, I have a basic wave format music player, it has a textbox browse button, play, play looping, and a stop.I want to create an IF in the code, Instead of it only playing waves and if you tried mp3 it crashes out, I want it so its like this   1 SoundPlayer spWave = new SoundPlayer(txtPath.Text);   2   3 If the filename extension is wave   4 {   5       spWave.Play()  6 }   7 else   8 {   9      Messagebox.show("")   10 }   11   now, the only line of code I need is the "if the filename extension is wave" I have an openFileDialog, textbox named as "txtPath"If theres any variables list them below your line of code.Noob

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