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I remember seeing a script that could send files on a connection and it was called _APISENDFILE or something like that. Does anyone remember where to find it?

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From Larry:

; _APIFileOpen( <FileName> )
;
; Returns a "REAL" file handle for reading and writing.
; The return value comes directly from "CreateFile" api.
Func _APIFileOpen( $szFile )
    Local $GENERIC_READ = 0x80000000, $GENERIC_WRITE = 0x40000000
    Local $OPEN_ALWAYS = 4, $FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL = 0x00000080
    Local $AFO_h
    $AFO_h = DllCall( "kernel32.dll", "hwnd", "CreateFile",_
                        "str", $szFile,_
                        "long", BitOR($GENERIC_READ,$GENERIC_WRITE),_
                        "long", 0,_
                        "ptr", 0,_
                        "long", $OPEN_ALWAYS,_
                        "long", $FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL,_
                        "long", 0 )
    Return $AFO_h[0]
EndFunc


; _APIFileClose( <FileHandle> )
;
; The return value comes directly from "CloseHandle" api.
Func _APIFileClose( $hFile )
    Local $AFC_r
    $AFC_r = DllCall( "kernel32.dll", "int", "CloseHandle",_
                        "hwnd", $hFile )
    Return $AFC_r[0]
EndFunc


; _APIFileSetPos( <FileHandle>, <Position in the file to read/write to/from> )
;
; The return value comes directly from "SetFilePointer" api.
Func _APIFileSetPos( $hFile, $nPos )
    Local $FILE_BEGIN = 0 
    Local $AFSP_r
    $AFSP_r = DllCall( "kernel32.dll", "long", "SetFilePointer",_
                        "hwnd",$hFile,_
                        "long",$nPos,_
                        "long_ptr",0,_
                        "long",$FILE_BEGIN )
    Return $AFSP_r[0]        
EndFunc


; _APIFileRead( <FileHandle>, <Number of Bytes to read>, <Option 0=String, 1=Binary(hex)> )
;
; Returns the data read. (Binary is comma delimited Hex values)
; Sets @error to the return from ReadFile api.
Func _APIFileRead( $hFile, $nBytes, $Option=0 )
    Local $AFR_r, $AFR_n
    Local $AFR_str, $AFR_ret = ""

    If $Option = 0 Then
        $AFR_str = DllStructCreate("char[" & $nBytes & "]")
    Else
        $AFR_str = DllStructCreate("byte[" & $nBytes & "]")
    EndIf
    
    $AFR_r = DllCall( "kernel32.dll", "int", "ReadFile",_
                        "hwnd", $hFile,_
                        "ptr",DllStructGetPtr($AFR_str),_
                        "long",$nBytes,_
                        "long_ptr",0,_
                        "ptr",0 )

    If $Option = 0 Then
        $AFR_ret = StringLeft(DllStructGetData($AFR_str,1),$AFR_r[4])
    Else
        For $AFR_n = 1 to $AFR_r[4]
            $AFR_ret = $AFR_ret & Hex(DllStructGetData($AFR_str,1,$AFR_n),2) & ","
        Next
        $AFR_ret = StringTrimRight($AFR_ret,1)
    EndIf
    
    SetError($AFR_r[0])
    DllStructDelete($AFR_str)
    Return $AFR_ret
EndFunc


; _APIFileWrite( <FileHandle>, <Data to Write>, <Option 0=String, 1=Binary(hex)> )
;
; Returns # of Bytes written. 
; Sets @error to the return from WriteFile api.
; For binary <Data to Write> must be comma delimited hex values
Func _APIFileWrite( $hFile, $szData, $Option=0 )
    Local $AFW_r, $AFW_n, $AFW_i
    Local $AFW_ptr

    If $Option = 0 Then
        $AFW_n = StringLen($szData)
        $AFW_ptr = DllStructCreate("char[" & $AFW_n & "]")
        DllStructSetData($AFW_ptr,1,String($szData))
    Else
        $szData = StringSplit($szData,",")
        $AFW_n = $szData[0]
        $AFW_ptr = DllStructCreate("byte[" & $AFW_n & "]")
        For $AFW_i = 1 to $AFW_n
            DllStructSetData($AFW_ptr,1,Dec($szData[$AFW_i]),$AFW_i)
        Next
    EndIf

    $AFW_r = DllCall( "kernel32.dll", "int", "WriteFile",_
                        "hwnd", $hFile,_
                        "ptr",DllStructGetPtr($AFW_ptr),_
                        "long",$AFW_n,_
                        "long_ptr",0,_
                        "ptr",0 )

    SetError($AFW_r[0])
    DllStructDelete($AFW_ptr)
    Return $AFW_r[4]
EndFunc

Sorry I couldn't find the original topic with it... which had exampled I think. Oh well :whistle:

Edited by layer

FootbaG

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