Posted by: Rainer Ebert
I know two ways of doing so:
1) Using the "Microsoft Winsock Control 6.0" which is an ActiveX control
which was shipped with MS Visual Basic 6.
2) Using the windows Wsock32.dll.
I've attached some things:
a) An example using the MS ActiveX. But sorry, I do not have the appropriate
ActiveX library any more. If you are not able to recreate it, I can try to
find one from TD 2.1 which must be somewhere on our (hundreds of) CDs. This
in folder WinsockControl.
b) An example where I tried to create an own Winsock control using
wsock32.dll. This in folder WinsockDll. Compile an start the program twice.
Use one as server and one as client and play around.
c) Some samples I've found some time ago. This in folder samples.