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#DEFINE INTERNET_OPEN_TYPE_PRECONFIG 0
#DEFINE INTERNET_OPEN_TYPE_DIRECT 1
#DEFINE INTERNET_OPEN_TYPE_PROXY 3
#DEFINE INTERNET_FLAG_ASYNC 0x10000000
#DEFINE INTERNET_FLAG_FROM_CACHE 0x1000000
#DEFINE INTERNET_FLAG_OFFLINE 0x1000000
#DEFINE INTERNET_FLAG_CACHE_IF_NET_FAIL 0x10000

DECLARE INTEGER InternetOpen IN wininet;
    STRING sAgent, INTEGER lAccessType,;
    STRING sProxyName, STRING sProxyBypass,;
    STRING lFlags

DECLARE INTEGER InternetCloseHandle IN wininet INTEGER hInet

sAgent = "w32inetopen"  && you can choose any name, say "John Dow"
sProxyName = Chr(0)     && no proxy
sProxyBypass = Chr(0)   && nothing to bypass
lFlags = 0              && no flags used

hOpen = InternetOpen(sAgent, INTERNET_OPEN_TYPE_DIRECT,;
    sProxyName, sProxyBypass, lFlags)

IF hOpen <> 0
* close the access
    ? "Handle retrieved:", hOpen
    = InternetCloseHandle (hOpen)
ELSE
    ? "Failed to access the WinINet library"
ENDIF



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Created: 2001-07-15 12:00:00  
Modified: 2006-01-05 13:22:03  
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Actually this code does nothing. It just shows how to put your hands on the Internet functions to access HTTP, FTP etc.
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