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NNTP/Winsock on Borland C++

Posted on 1997-04-10
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I am writing a News Reader,I have the entire App resolved under WIN32 except for the connection to the Host.  How do I access a News server in Borland C++ through Winsock?  I am using the default TCP/IP stack under Win95.  I have RFC1036(NNTP Protocol) and the winsock FAQ but need some examples.
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There are freely available newsreaders with source code.

You can get the source for WinVN from:
    ftp://ftp.ksc.nasa.gov/pub/win3/winvn/
The WinVN FAQ is at:
  http://www.centercomp.com/docs/winvn/faq/WINVNFAQ-Contents.html

You can get the source for TIN from:
    ftp://ftp.scn.de/pub/news/tin/
The TIN FAQ is at:
    http://theory.uwinnipeg.ca/localfiles/infofiles/tinfaq.html
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