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Implementing ZMODEM with MS COMM

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How can you implement the ZMODEM protocol with MS COMM that comes with VB4? Does anybody have example code and/or theory?

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Question by:dlaflamme
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by:Mabry
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Scrap MSCOMM.  It's junk.  Get something like PDQComm ... which has ZModem built in.
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by:volking
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Mabry's absolutely right. Scrap MSCOMM!
PDQComm - Is a GREAT control
Free download for evaluation purposes
http://crescent.progress.com
or call (617)280-3000 to purchase
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Thanks Volking ... I'll make that my answer: scrap MSCOMM.  It really is junk.  PDQComm works well ...
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