It seems as if the Winsock control (mswinsck) that comes with Visual Basic 5.0 Professional eats memory when loading and unloading a control.
*** But may be I am doing something wrong! Can anyone tell me? ***
1. create a Winsock control to a form and give it the index 0
2. create a test program as follows:
text1.text = str(count)
count = count + 1
After about 10000 times my computer hangs completely!
The OS I use is Windows-NT 3.51 (service pack 5) or 4.0 (sp. 1). You can also watch the memory (pagefile usage) shrink with the Windows-NT diagnostics utility.
Faculty WINS, University of Amsterdam
(Faculty of Physics and Astronomy)
1018 XE Amsterdam
i think the problem you are jhaving is not with the control, but with the winsock dll itself. have you gone and gotten the patch from the microsoft site? go to microsoft.com, then look for tech support,
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