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I'm writing a MS C++ program to detect my client's IP address... how?

gethostbyname and gethostname are used to detect server's IP right? how about client?
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Try reposting your question in:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Computers/Programming/Languages/C++/

You can use the delete option at the bottom of the page, this will return your points so you can repost it at the above url.

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