Send String Over Internet And Get Back String

Hello..
i have a customer idnumber on a client pc and i want to send it to a specific internet server(IP number) and i wont that internet server to send me a response to the client. What kind of communication(protocol) can i use or are there any component i can use to do this.

Thanks in advance
Trausti
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intheConnect With a Mentor Commented:
ok then but if you have any troubles with it just ask here some of the experts here are good with this sort of stuff.
sorry i could'nt tell you more examples,
 if i find any i'll post here so you willl get a mail.
Happy Coding
Regards Barry
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intheCommented:
hello,
you probably want to use tcp/ip
the best thing is download f.piette's internet components (freeware),they come with good examples and full support online
 HTTP://www.rtfm.be/fpiette/indexuk.htm/

Regards Barry
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traustiAuthor Commented:
you don´t know about any examples?
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traustiAuthor Commented:
what about CGI components?
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intheCommented:
i dont know much about cgi but i'd presume it needs tcp/ip protocol to talk .if you want a cgi component there are loads at   www.torry.ru  under components page ,lan/communication section
i tried to find examples but cant find any for what you need :-(
im sure if you wait a while someone will come along with some
Good luck Barry

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traustiAuthor Commented:
I found one component on torry page i think i can use
thanks for the help........ the points go to - inthe (Barry)
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intheCommented:
dont forget about f.piette's components,the socket component for example is very good
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traustiAuthor Commented:
you have the points
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traustiAuthor Commented:
you have the points
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