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Language: Pascal
Expertise: Beginner
Mar 28, 1997

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How to Make Delphi Program with TCP/IP Networking Capabilities

Question:
I am trying to make a Delphi program that has TCP/IP networking capabilities. I found some functions, etc. in the wininet.dll.

My question:

Does anybody know how to use it? The manual says nothing on this point.

Answer:
You're right. The manuals don't really have that much to say about TCP/IP networking in Delphi. Your best bet would be to get a book on Delphi that covers this subject. To get you started, "Kick-Ass Delphi Programming" by Taylor, et al. from Coriolis Books is a pretty good resource that has an entire section devoted to the Delphi Winsock unit.

Also, check out Borland's Web site for some updates (I believe there's a white paper there as well).

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