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  1. Hi guys, some time ago I tried to deal with client\server application using native winsock functions, but I encountered some difficult because their limitations, so I decided to write a new UDF based on winsock library. Some functions are simply wrappers of native function, but some other are completely renewed and there are a lot of improvements. Check it out! Each function has a detailed description and I attached 5 simple example script ; #INDEX# ======================================================================================================================= ; Tit
  2. Hi everybody! I wanted to learn winsockets, and for this, I try to reproduce AutoIt's TCP functions. My code is working pretty good! I juste want somebody, an AutoIt dev, to look my code and tell me if I'm doing something wrong, or something need to be done differently. Another problem, is that when I close a socket on one side of a connection, the recv functions in the other side doesn't detect the close action! (like TCPRecv would return an @error) Thanks in advance! (I compile it with GCC 4x) Here is the code #ifndef WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN #define WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN #endif #defin
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