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Thread: how to transfer PPT files using socket programming

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    Default how to transfer PPT files using socket programming


    I want to transfer a PPT file from server to client using socket programming.
    i have no idea how to do it.
    Please do help me.

    Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: how to transfer PPT files using socket programming

    For files with non-text contents you could write/read bytes instead of characters.
    Otherwise the code would be very much like any other client/server socket program.

    Do a Search here or Google for sample code using Socket and ServerSocket classes.

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