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Jester009

Sockets and Multithreading

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Hi Guys,

I have been using Autoit for sometime. I have some knowledge using IE functions but not on sockets and multi threading. For example if I need to submit a query to the following URL and get data, using multi threading, how do I do that?

http://adlab.msn.com/Online-Commercial-Intention/

Please understand and I do not have much understanding about Sockets, Threads and GET/POST submissions in web pages. Can any of you please give me and idea on how to start on this? may be some resources...

Thanks in advance

Jester009

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Thanks dbzfanatic for replying.

So does that mean I can not connect to the above mentioned server from more that one socket and get data?

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I'm not sure about that but it seems that way. I personally haven't tried anything with multithreading yet so don't quote me. Dale is the resident expert on internet automation so hopefully he'll notice this and be able to give you some insight.

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Any other suggestions??

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Hi Kip, Thanks for the reply. SO I guess Sockets and threads are two separate concepts. So using multiple sockets to get data from the Internet is much faster than IE methods? Can you suggest me a starting place to work on sockets?

Thanks

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Hi Kip, Thanks for the reply. SO I guess Sockets and threads are two separate concepts. So using multiple sockets to get data from the Internet is much faster than IE methods? Can you suggest me a starting place to work on sockets?

Thanks

I'm stating the obvious, but you could type 'sockets' in the forum search engine

and get kips, zatorgs and others asynchronous sockets udfs


I see fascists...

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