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ARockOnBone

[NEED HELP] Listening packets

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ARockOnBone

Hello guys,

I'm learning autoIT, and I'm working a small client-server software that can do multi-tasks: copy the screen and send it over TCP, running a specific program (like teamview) when needed, ...

I am done with code to have these things run, but I don't know how to make the program to listen to a specific code to perform a specific task.

To be simple:

At the client-side, I send a text "copy screen" through TCP to the server, but I don't know how to create a port to wait and get that text.

Could anyone please help.

Thanks in advance :D

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FireFox

Hi,

Maybe will help you.

Br, FireFox.


 

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jdelaney

Play around with the help file's examples for TCPSend and TCPRecv


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