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Date Posted: 21:02:17 05/22/03 Thu
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: About c++ builder messages
In reply to: Larin 's message, "About c++ builder messages" on 14:07:16 05/20/03 Tue

Hi Larin,

There are different ways to do this. You probably get more info on the borland newsgroups. I recall a specific windows message, something like WM_COPYDATA, which can be used, or you can use sockets as provided by Indy.

Best regards,


>Hi i need some help about how to send messages between
>applications, its like a chat but whit your computer
>appications, i know that i should try sendmessage and
>postmessage, but i guess the builder sdk help its not
>enought, so please giveme some help.

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