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-how many TCP-IP connections can be recieved and PROCCESSED by autoit ?!


i want to make a tcp-ip server that will preform as follows:


-recieves pictures from USER B.

-sends them to USER A.

-recieves whatever USER A wrote in his input box.

-sends that data mantioned above to USER B


- each user will have a gui with a lot of room for like 10 small 220X60 pictures and 10 four letters input boxes.

-he puts he's login details/server details to the GIU and presses connect!

-once connected he recieves 10 diffrent pictures from the server.

-he write something in his input box and sends it back to the server.


-inputs his username / pass into a file, inputs a dir with pictures, inputs the server's details.


Now i know that it's possible doing that with just 2 TCP-connections and switching between them - what i'm asking is:

is it possible to have like 1000 connections at the same time ?!

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The short answer is yes it is possible.

The long answer:

A quick search in the forums will probably give you the answer..:shocked:

  • How many scalable servers did you find in the Example scripts forum?
  • Why does people want multithreading in AutoIt?
  • Show us some at least a little bit of code to prove you have done your homework (Reading shitloads of threads about TCP/IP. Thais is ALL OF THEM..:().
Possible but against better knowledge (at the moment).

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