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Drew

How does this work? What "Internet Name" do you give it? How does this know WHO's IP to give? I'm sure alot of people have the same Internet Name.

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ProgAndy

The "Name" is a URL, so you can get the IP, a URL points to :)

TCPStartup()
MsgBox(0, 'THe IP of autoitscript.com', TCPNameToIP("autoitscript.com"))
TCPShutdown()
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Drew

What kind of URL would be most efficient for it to get the persons IP?

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GEOSoft

What kind of URL would be most efficient for it to get the persons IP?

This is a function that would normally be used on a local network where each machine on the network is assigned a name.

Example

Right click My Computer, click on the Computer name tab, look at the computer name.


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