Using Win32 functions in Visual FoxPro Image Gallery
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Cryptography Reference 28
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Windows Sockets 2 (Winsock) 38
Windows Sockets 2 (Winsock)            ..msdn    Add comment
accept The accept function permits an incoming connection attempt on a socket.
bind The bind function associates a local address (IP address and port) with a socket.
closesocket The closesocket function closes an existing socket.
gethostbyaddr The gethostbyaddr function retrieves the host information corresponding to a network address.
gethostbyname The gethostbyname function retrieves host information corresponding to a host name from a host database.
gethostname The gethostname function retrieves the standard host name for the local computer.
getnameinfo Provides protocol-independent name resolution from an address to an ANSI host name and from a port number to the ANSI service name.
getprotobyname The getprotobyname function retrieves the protocol information corresponding to a protocol name.
getprotobynumber The getprotobynumber function retrieves protocol information corresponding to a protocol number.
getservbyname The getservbyname function retrieves service information corresponding to a service name and protocol.
getservbyport The getservbyport function retrieves service information corresponding to a port and protocol.
getsockopt The getsockopt function retrieves a socket option.
htonl The htonl function converts a u_long from host to TCP/IP network byte order (which is big endian).
htons The htons function converts a u_short from host to TCP/IP network byte order (which is big-endian).
inet_addr The inet_addr function converts a string containing an (Ipv4) Internet Protocol dotted address into a proper address for the IN_ADDR structure.
inet_ntoa The inet_ntoa function converts an (Ipv4) Internet network address into a string in Internet standard dotted format.
listen The listen function places a socket in a state in which it is listening for an incoming connection.
ntohl The ntohl function converts a u_long from TCP/IP network order to host byte order (which is little-endian on Intel processors).
ntohs The ntohs function converts a u_short from TCP/IP network byte order to host byte order (which is little-endian on Intel processors).
recv The recv function receives data from a connected or bound socket.
recvfrom Receives a datagram and stores the source address.
send The send function sends data on a connected socket.
sendto Sends data to a specific destination.
setsockopt The setsockopt function sets a socket option.
socket The socket function creates a socket that is bound to a specific service provider.
WSACleanup The WSACleanup function terminates use of the Ws2_32.dll.
WSACloseEvent The WSACloseEvent function closes an open event object handle.
WSAConnect Establishes a connection to another socket application, exchanges connect data, and specifies required quality of service based on the specified FLOWSPEC structure.
WSACreateEvent The WSACreateEvent function creates a new event object.
WSAEnumProtocols The WSAEnumProtocols function retrieves information about available transport protocols.
WSAEventSelect The WSAEventSelect function specifies an event object to be associated with the specified set of FD_XXX network events.
WSAGetLastError The WSAGetLastError function returns the error status for the last operation that failed.
WSARecv Receives data from a connected socket.
WSASend Sends data on a connected socket.
WSAStartup The WSAStartup function initiates use of Ws2_32.dll by a process.
WSAWaitForMultipleEvents The WSAWaitForMultipleEvents function returns either when one or all of the specified event objects are in the signaled state, or when the time-out interval expires.
ws_connect The connect function establishes a connection to a specified socket.
ws_select The select function determines the status of one or more sockets, waiting if necessary, to perform synchronous I/O.
Code examples:
Winsock: sending email messages (SMTP, port 25)
Winsock: connecting to a news server (NNTP, port 119)
How to create non-blocking Winsock server
Winsock: reading email messages (POP3, port 110)
Winsock: retrieving directory listing from an FTP server using passive data connection (FTP, port 21)
How to build UDP responder
Winsock: retrieving Web pages using sockets (HTTP, port 80)
A client for testing non-blocking Winsock server
How to ping a remote site using ICMP API calls
Winsock: reading and setting socket options
Winsock: resolving an address to a host name
Winsock: changing the byte ordering
Retrieving the IP-to-physical address mapping table
Winsock: retrieving the host information corresponding to a network address
Winsock: retrieving the standard host name and IP address for the local machine
Retrieving the interface–to–IP address mapping table
How to retrieve network parameters for the local computer (including Host name, Domain name, and DNS Server)
Winsock: retrieving information from a host database for a given host name
Winsock: creating a socket that is bound to a specific service provider
Winsock: how to retrieve a service information corresponding to a port
Retrieving the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) listener table
Winsock: retrieving information about available transport protocols
Winsock: how to retrieve a service information corresponding to a service name
Winsock: how to retrieve the protocol information corresponding to a protocol number
Winsock: how to retrieve the protocol information corresponding to a protocol name
Winsock: initializing the service in the VFP application
How to ping a remote site using IP Helper API calls
Obtaining MAC address through Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) request
User Contributed Notes:
Don Higgins | 2006-08-27 22:58:19
I am not sure where to post this question.

Is there any function I can use to read a USB port for data like I do a comm port?
raman_jain_durg@hotmail.com | 2007-04-19 10:13:50
I am using Visual Foxpro-6 and I build Exe of my project when i run exe file i received Fatel Error 00005.
Some one Please send the solution of this error on my EmailID : raman_jain_durg@hotmail.com


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