TCP/IP networking in VB6

Posted on 1998-12-27
Last Modified: 2013-11-13
How would one go about creating a TCP/IP application for an Intranet?
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Use the winsock control.

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Depends on the application.... :) But either Winsock or Inet or even the Web browser & MAPI controls could be used...
Would you tell us what kind of app you have in mind??


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you might want to my control at:

Depending on what you want done, this should be quick and easy.  It make creating Client/Server apps fairly simple to do.


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