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Creating a Basic HTTP Server

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I want to create a server emulator that will listen 2 ports.

I attached a server emulator written in python, if anyone could explain me how it works, i'll appreciate it.
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>  TCPServer <--- you forgot to start it, Activate := True;

Click on Start to activate. Make sure you put the link: http://localhost:1234/

I tested that before uploading.

TServerSocket <----- so many errors
Seems your TCP Socket requires checking, you can find some tools for checking and repairing it:

http://windows7themes.net/winsock-fix-for-windows-7.html

Demo.JPG
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