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Thread: Problem with winsock

  1. #16
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    My post had nothing much to do with your original problem. I've said that in the first line itself. It was to encourage you to write better winsock codes.

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  2. #17
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    Originally posted by kodeguruguy
    I acutally have a third party add-on software which allows me to use some additional controls and graphs. It's a pretty well know company, but their controls require ActiveX.
    i wld strongly suggest getting yr base classes working in a console program, without any message posting (use APC's if you need messages). if it all worx, then drop it in a gui program (or better, call a loosely coupled presentation layer in another module).

    All I need is a simple program that communicates with a micro-controller which supports TCP/IP connection.
    whats the micro? i wld really like to try this sometime. have you tried using a micro w/ usb by any chance?

    Your one of the very few people I have heard saying this. I think because the thread was moved to another forum instead of the Visual C++ programming forum. Anyway, I like MFC. Simple, straight forward and can be very robust if you know what you're doing.
    why not use CSocket then? :-)

    i like my src 2 b platform (& compiler!!) neutral.
    i also despise macros with a passion.


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