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Can Delphi create Telnet program?

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Can Delphi create a telnet program with terminal emulation?
or do u know of any links that may have a program like that?
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waipahu

Yes this can be done in delphi with the correct component, it is downloadable from www.torry.ru under vcl then internet and communication section...

there is a telnet component available there...

Later
BoRiS
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by:jconde
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Yes, almost any programming language can.

there are several examples, besides the ones Boris told you about, check the ICS suite.  There is at least one example emmulating VT100 there.

Regards,

Jconde
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by:scrapdog
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ICS is good!
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by:waipahu
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Thanks I'll check it out...is that the one written by Pittie or whatever his name is?
How do u use it? i have these wsocket component and other stuff and not
sure how to put it all together? how would u do keyboard mapping?
I'm trying to write a telnet program to access our HP UNIX computer.
thanks
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