how do I get the get connected socket

Posted on 2011-03-02
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
how do I get the get connected socket

for example

            errcnt = 0;
            while( sendto(listen_socket, resultBuf, strlen(resultBuf) + 1, 0, (struct sockaddr *)&from, fromlen) == SOCKET_ERROR  )
                  if( errcnt++ > 4 )
                        DisplayMsg("send of resultBuf packet failed");

in a next program I need to find the listen socket to get the message. that I am sending back the send is from a C code and I am trying to get that message send in VB6 code
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Take a look here:

Introduction to Visual Basic Socket Programming


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I am looking for UDP
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Does this help:

VB6 - Winsock, Auto find server using UDP Broadcast (LAN ONLY)
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you guys know any good book on socket programming

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made a mistake please cancel

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book was not enough to solve the situation

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