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winSOck.Dll, An upload/download program in delphi

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I want to make a very small program that enables 2 persons to download and upload to each other trought a port or...

I guess I will have to use winsock.dll for that, but how?
SoMe TXT or FAQ's would be very usefull for me.. not 3 lines ecplaining some crab eh =) ,
k.. I am gonna give 150 points for a 'GoOD'  answer .. eh !
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Download these two samples, hoe you can get what you want.

http://delphi.nease.net/DELPHI/D32SAMPL/FILESERV.ZIP
http://delphi.nease.net/DELPHI/D32SAMPL/CHAT.ZIP

see the commen in the FILESERV project to make the samples work.
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By the way, this example is built by Inprise, the site I proposed is the one that I can easily access.

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Wang
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Tserversocket not found ...

If you giveme the component..
I 'll accept this answer,, =)
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Tserversocket and tclientsocket
I don't have those 2 components
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hey are components coming with Delphi, so which version of Delphi are you using?

Anyway, if you don't have the version include these two components, you can visit this site:
http://www.rtfm.be/fpiette/indexuk.htm, it has the components built from ground-up using winsock.dll, so you don't need extra components. then you can build the programm by refering to two programm above, although may need some work to do.

Regards,
Wang
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Tnx
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Wow.. that site has alot stuff ! KeWl..

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Yes, most internet/Winsock applications can get help from that site, hope you enjoy it!
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