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downloading file from http in vb6

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hello
i devloped Asp script on server which give me Url,filesize
i want to use url as file path & file size for progress bar
now i want to develop function which download file  & show progress bar
but my problem is i don't want to use Inet Control i search interNet Api  which direct copy entire file i want copy file line by line or char by char
plz tell me any idea
plz note i don't want to use inet control for downloading & timer for progress control




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Use the WinINet API to read your file.

You'll need to call InternetOpen() to initialize winInet
Use the handle returend to call InternetConnet() to connet to an HTTP session.
Use that handle with HttpOpenRequest() to open the ASP file
Then use that handle with subsequent calls to InternetReadFile() to read it in byte by byte (or chunk by chunk).

I'll try and find you an example somewhere.
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