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    about the FTP client

    i've seen this code:
    http://freevbcode.com/ShowCode.Asp?ID=731

    this is one of the best code for FTP in the site.. but i have a question about it

    how can i resume download file transfer?
    when i try to download the same file.. it's start over again.. how can i make that the transfer will continued from the same place it stopped ?
    (like a normal ftp file download)

    thank you very much!!

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    yes i've seen this.. but this resume option is just for resume upload files..
    i need the download "version".


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    I once made an ftp client totally based on Winapi. Can't remember it all now , but there was one winapi called sth like InternetSetFilepointer. It worked the same as the SetFilePointer. Not sure on how the target file had to be opened, but i think it was plane InternetOpenURL or i used one of the FTPCommand options. Anyway. It worked well. I just had to check if the target file already existed then used the GetFileSize . Easy stuff. Just remember to get a file handle by using the CreateFile api. For further info you can check out the msdn c++ reference or search in here. It does the job for you even i am not sure if u really wanted to use Winapis

    KReg GG

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