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Old September 11th, 2006, 08:14 AM
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Default Porting C++ winsock API application to ATL

Hi guys, i have just written a little socket application based on the winsock API. I want to now port it over to an ATL application. How easy is this to do?

I will appreciate any ideas on how to proceed.

Thanks in advance.
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Winsock API should be the least of your worry. You should be
able to port your code as it is.

If you have used MFC in your application, you can always
turn 'using MFC' option on in ATL, however, I would
rather develop my app as an MFC app if I had to use MFC.

Regards
Ankur





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