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[Solved]Sending TCP packets one after another

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dainiusb

Hello. So I've started experimenting with TCP packets and AutoIt. I'm using wireshark to see where and what is being sent from my scripts. The thing is, unlike when other programs are sending packets, each data string or whatever that is sent is on the same line. How do I do this in AutoIt? n does nothing :/ By the way, all I do is TCPSend one after another. Am I doing this correctly?

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FireFox

Hi,

I don't understand what you mean?

TCPSend($iSocket, "toto" & @CrLf & "tata")

Br, FireFox.


 

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dainiusb

Hi,

I don't understand what you mean?

TCPSend($iSocket, "toto" & @CrLf & "tata")

Br, FireFox.

YEES! Thank You soo much. I didn't know about this or any macros besides @error ;)

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