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TCPIP communications...

wwalschaerts
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Hello guys,
I am looking for documentation/examples regarding the way to make programs communicating together with IP protocol.
I found out some slight info for VBasic but I don't understand, I am using VC++5. It would be great if I could find online documentation because I am in France and if you mention US book I am not sure to find it here.

Thanks,WW
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I wonder, what sort of answer would have received an 'A' grade?

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Hey ! Don't be so fevered !
Iam not really confortable with the habit of this site but I gave you your points (not always
easy to evaluate if it is an easy or difficult question...). Does the 'A' grade change
something ? Anyway I have had a look to the sites you mentionned, one of them seems
to be interesting.
Sorry also for my english.

WW

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>> Hey ! Don't be so fevered !
I'm not.  I'm looking for ways to improve my answers.  If I get an 'A', the answer was obviously good.  If I get a lower grade, the answer could have been better.  I'd like to know in what way.

>> Does the 'A' grade change something ?
The grade affects three things:
1) The "last 10 grades received" on the expert's info.
2) The amount of points the expert gets for the answer is modified by the grade
    (good grade == mode points).  This DOES NOT affect the customer.
3) The feeling that the job was well done.
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