Networking Support in Turbo c/c++ 3.0
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    Networking Support in Turbo c/c++ 3.0

    hello guys i have project of mine written in turboc c/c++ 3.0 i want to improve this project by enablng networking support but turbo 3.0 doe'nt have any socket programming in it can any of u guys suggest me the ways by which i can do so.

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    wow. u know, ive done Network+ and now im doing Software Development. and i really dont have a single clue on what to tell u. however id like to see what OTHER ppl may tell u, and id pitch in some points if i can. its the most i can do.

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    I didn't get too deep into the Borland C languages, but this link:

    http://community.borland.com/cpp/0,1419,2,00.html

    will get you to the Borland Developer community. Sign up (no cost) and you can find a lot of downloads and add-ins that may help. Keep in mind that the version of C/C++ you are using didn't have much in the way of network support, and you may need to rebuild/recompile in a later version.

    Another source for routines and add-ins for various Borland tools is:

    http://www.delphifaq.net/index.php

    This is a Delphi-oriented site, but there is a lot of good information, free stuff and you may find what you are looking for there.

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    AFAIK, dos.h has some limited socket writing functions. Otherwise, just install the latest borland compiler (free) and use winsock.h.
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    c guys i have tried in vc++ but due to the non avalablity of textaddr and other cool stuff of conio.h the user friendlyness of my prog has gone down does turboc c/c++ 5.0 supports sockets

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    This may be of some use

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...364#post697364

    Hope it's what you're thinking of.. at least, to some extent.
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    Borland C++ 5 has both conio.h and winsock.h . That should do the trick.
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