IP to IP com.?

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    IP to IP com.?

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    Ok, I'm thinking of making a little C++ IP com. - Like a messenger or something small. But, I have no idea how to send packets :/. I would have used google, but I'm not quite sure what it is I'm looking for. I'm searching with "C++ Sending Packets", but its mostly linux stuff. Does anyone have a good tutorial on this? (Or even a bad one :P)
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    Error W8057 C:\\Life.cpp: Invalid number of arguments in function run(Brain *)

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    Look into WinSock programming.
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    There's a whole forum for this kind of programming - which this thread is now in.
    I suggest you start with the sticky threads at the top of this forum.

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    Oh - Sorry, didint know where to throw this. The board stickies are mostly code snippets and tips. Most of them talk about things that are above my head. I'm just looking for an introductory tutorial. I;ve looked at a few, but they're mostly linux, the ones that arent are pritty much what the board stickies have - code snippets, and alot of library uggestions. But no actual tutorial :/. I am looking at one that looks ok though.
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    Error W8057 C:\\Life.cpp: Invalid number of arguments in function run(Brain *)

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    Most of them talk about things that are above my head.
    You'll find that to be true for most things in C++ until you've spent a lot of time digesting a beginning C++ book.

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    I have, but it doesnt cover "web terms". I havent seen any books on "Beginners Networking" or something like that. I'm sure they're ones, but I havent come across them yet. Lol, I'm still finding mostly snippets, but so far I have found three tutorials that start at ~mid range. I should probably look at some open source network stuff to see how its all "socked" :P.

    On another note, does anyone have an intro to winsock programming tutorial? Even if its not to much information, I just need to find out what all theyse terms are -,-.

    Thank you!
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    Error W8057 C:\\Life.cpp: Invalid number of arguments in function run(Brain *)

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    On another note, does anyone have an intro to winsock programming tutorial?
    Type winsock programming tutorial in the search engine of your choice.

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    Right -,-. Thank you >.>.
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    Error W8057 C:\\Life.cpp: Invalid number of arguments in function run(Brain *)

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