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Windows Sockets in VC++.NET

Posted on 2005-04-19
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Last Modified: 2013-11-13
I am trying to work on a client-server model which is not a MFC aplication.I have done this using VC++6.0 before,following
guideines from MSDN website
Now my old pogram cannot open the file ws2_32.lib.It gives an error
I had added the llink in VC+=6.0  this way-
link to WS2_32.LIB was made by Project|settings|Link|add WS2_32.lib to the list
Now I cannot find something which will do the same for me VC++.NET
I'd be thankful if someone has tried this before and can help.
Question by:samroyc
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AlexFM earned 1000 total points
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Project - Properties - Linker - Input - Additional Dependencies. Type WS2_32.LIB here.

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