Advanced multiple client server using the Winsock control

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This Visaul Basic 6 source code demonstrates how you can create an advanced client server program. This program allows multiple clients to connect to it. It utilizes Winsock control arrays to do so. This is much like how IRC works. All of this is done using VB6 only - no API calls. If you would like step by step instructions check out our Multiple client server chat program using Winsock control tutorial.

 

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Nice job

Thanks, man :)

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Exellent work baby!! :D
As i said! you are the best!
Thank you for all the efforts
Keep us the good work body! ;)
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I am Roohan Aziz. I found this tutorial too greatly helpful to me. My project is to make an automated FTP server which provides communicationbetween server and client remotely.It also operate a remote computer using wan ip. I think it is too helpful for me in my project. I am thankfull to the author and other poeple regarding this tutorial. GOD Help those who help others...Thanks :)....
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Ingrates!

I don't know about all of you but, I didn't come here expecting him to have MY project all ready and waiting for me. DUH! The author spent HIS PERSONAL TIME creating this so that YOU could LEARN something about Winsock so that when he is done, you MIGHT learn enough to make YOUR OWN project the way you want it. If you want someone to write all your code for you, expect to pay anywhere from $65 to $160 an HOUR for the help.
Stupid kids. I can't believe the COLLOSAL AUDACITY of some young MORONS.
Personally I am grateful that this guy can actually comment PROPERLY and EXPLAIN the processes PROPERLY. MOST tutorials are written by people who THINK that just because they KNOW Visual Basic, they can also write about and explain it. But most of them are so bad at seperating basic, intermediate, advanced knowledge that the only people who can understand them are the ones who already know how to do what he is explaining.
Good example, NEVER use long variable names, it might be alll simple to users who have been at this a while, but an absolute beginner will be confused by which is a command, what is a method, what is a variable, what is a procedure, the only one that is easy is a proper CALL to a procedure because of the word CALL. For this reason, always use 2 letter variables (except where they need to be subscripted) so that the absolute beginner can easily see it is ONLY a variable. Doesn't as easily get mixed up with procedure names, Commands, methods, etc.

My thanks to the author for being so kind and gracious to spend the time to teach someone else for free when he DOESN'T HAVE TO. Hat's off to ya. :)

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