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HTTP Requesting with eVC++ 3.0 on Windows CE 3.0


Ever wanted to know how HTTP requests are done on a Windows CE device? If so, read this article by me, Ben Shepherd, to find out how.

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By: Ben Shepherd
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May 20, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · HTTP Requesting with eVC++ 3.0 on Windows CE 3.0
  2. · Protocols and Packets
  3. · Creating your HTTP Request
  4. · Conclusion

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In today’s technology, a computer once the size of a Mack truck can now fit in your wife’s handbag. The need for computers increases rapidly as companies and individuals strive for more efficient methods to solve their everyday problems.

Investigated in this article, will be TCP/IP Sockets and the HTTP protocol. These protocols will allow data to flow between the handheld device and the PC/Server.

By using wininet.h and wininet.lib, we can access the internet and handle HTTP request Using a Session.


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