Access & Copy the File using FTP

Posted on 2002-06-20
Last Modified: 2010-08-05

We have some files in the UNIX box. I would like to login into Unix machine and copy the required file into local machine.

Need solution.

Thanks in advance
Question by:thangaraj
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Example codes pls.

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Is it possible to do with msieftp ?. if yes, sample code pls
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And a bunch of similar stuff at same location (, just do a search with "ftp" keyword.

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