ftp program using wininet.dll

Posted on 1999-11-01
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Last Modified: 2006-11-17
I'm using WININET.DLL control to develop my FTP client program,
which I manage to download the files from the server. The problem is how to get the size of files on the server and the size of files after downloaded(local)
Question by:saltacid
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Check the API calls (wininet.dll)




They return a variable of the type WIN32_FIND_DATA which has the atoms


They are what you are looking for.

After download (client size) use the

FileLen - Function

to get the size in bytes.

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