FIRE or FIRE PHASERS emits a long beep or a phaser sound.
Use this command to generate the phaser sound whenever a user logs in. Use FIRE or FIRE PHASERS with the IF...THEN command to make the sound execute a different number of times depending on the circumstances of the login.
On Linux, this command prints a message stating BEEP BEEP BEEP to indicate that the beep has been sent.
FIRE n soundfile
Replace n with the number of times that you want this sound to occur.
Replace soundfile with the name of the sound file that you want to play when this command is executed. (The sound file variable cannot be used on DOS workstations.) You can use any .wav or platform-compatible sound file.
The following line executes the phaser sound four times upon login:
The following line executes the rifle sound three times upon login:
FIRE 3 RIFLE.WAV
To use a variable as the number of times to fire, use % before the variable, as follows:
For more information about using variables, see Section 3.2, Using Identifier Variables.