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   I'm new to this forum. I'm migrating from vB6 to VB2005.
I recently bought Professional VB2005 because I found a little snippet of code from the book that might be useful for me. Well, I find time try to digest what are those code all about. I tend to compare with VB6 (Winsock!), It were much complicated than I thought in VB2005!

So, Does Any one has a simpler code for me to understatnd from ground up?

All I need is, if i have more than 2 PC connected to a Server,
when each time PC(Client) send standard text message to Server, Server will acknowledge and Reply to PC(Client). That mean multiple connection. In VB6 I can use index to check the Incoming message at server side, how about In VB2005?


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