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Thread: Multi-String Winsock Transfer In VB

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    Multi-String Winsock Transfer In VB


    To send many strings throught winsock in only 1 packet!
    First you have to create a variable that will hold your strings (DIM cSend as String).
    Next you have to add the strings to the variable
    (cSend = text1.text & chr(0) & text2.text & chr(0) & text3.text)
    Note: chr(0) is used to mark where one string ends and where another begins.
    Afterwards send the data through winsock (Winsock1.SendData cSend).

    To receive the strings you must create a variable the hold the received data
    (rData as String). Next in the "Sub Winsock1_ReceiveData" you must put the data
    into the variable (Winsock1.GetData rData). Now you must start breaking down the code.
    To do so Dim a variable to be used for the "For Loop" (dim x as integer) and DIM as
    variable to be used in the loop (Dim strLetter as String). Aslo DIM as variable to be
    later used as a counter (Dim strCount as integer) and give it a value of "0"
    (strCount = 0) then DIM another variable as a character holder
    (Dim ChrHolder as String). Now write the for loop (For x = 1 to len(rData)).
    Next is to set the variable as each individual Letter in the string
    (strLetter = mid(rdata, x, 1)). Next check to see if the selected letter is your
    seperation character (if strLetter = chr(0) then). If it is then start your case
    selection (select case strCount). Depending on how may strings you plan of receiveing
    may add more cases to the statement. As for now there are only going to be three. When this
    function starts the first characters in the string will not be your seperator character so
    the function will move to your else statement. What it will do is until it finds a seperator
    character it will add each individual characher to itself. When it find the seperator character
    it will go the the select case statement. Considering that you have strCount set as 0 it will
    select the case "0" and put the first string in text1.text, then it will add 1 to strCount
    so when it finds another Seperator character it will move to the next case in the satement.
    This code in return will seperate your strings into seperate textboxes or anyother object
    you choose.

    Dim rData as String
    Winsock1.GetData rData
    Dim x as Integer
    Dim strLetter as string
    Dim strCount as integer
    Dim ChrHolder as String
    for x = 1 to len(rData)
    strLetter = mid(rdata, x, 1)
    if strLetter = chr(0) then
    select case strCount
    case "0"
    Text1.Text = ChrHolder
    case "1"
    Text2.Text = ChrHolder
    case "2"
    Text3.Text = ChrHolder
    end select
    strCount = strCount + 1
    ChrHolder = ""
    ChrHolder = ChrHolder & strLetter
    end if
    Created by Szafran, July 10, 2003 - ew16301@yahoo.com

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    good to start buddy....but make it more readable...see the layout isnt that nice
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    i had it typed in a notepad and just copied and pasted it. But all the lines i had tabbed wern't tabbed.

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