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TCPConnect() Question. :)

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Is it possible to attempt a connection to a VNC Server, and if that server accepts the connection then mark it as online?

TCPStartup()

TCPConnect($IP,$Port)

If @error then MsgBox(0,"","Server Down")

TCPClose()

Or will the connection be rejected due to protocol difference?

Sorry for the newbie question... >.<

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Is it possible to attempt a connection to a VNC Server, and if that server accepts the connection then mark it as online?

TCPStartup()

TCPConnect($IP,$Port)

If @error then MsgBox(0,"","Server Down")

TCPClose()

Or will the connection be rejected due to protocol difference?

Sorry for the newbie question... >.<

So, what happened when you tried it?

Seriously, you could test that on your own box in seconds, so what happens?

^_^


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

You caught me red handed PsaltyDS... :(

I'm fairly new to TCP Functions... So I kinda wanted to make sure it was possible before I started writing faulty code... ^_^

That way I won't be posting code going "This doesn't work... >.<" And then someone saying "Of course it doesn't work... RTFM..."

But alas... I'll go see if I can get it working... ;)

It works... :D

Edited by BinaryBrother

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You caught me red handed PsaltyDS... :(

I'm fairly new to TCP Functions... So I kinda wanted to make sure it was possible before I started writing faulty code... ^_^

That way I won't be posting code going "This doesn't work... >.<" And then someone saying "Of course it doesn't work... RTFM..."

But alas... I'll go see if I can get it working... ;)

It works... :D

They say "Learn something new every day."

So you're done for the day, go back to bed!

:D


Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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