Messenger Client Coding

Messenger Client Coding


'Frm client coding
Private Sub Cmd_Send_Click()
On Error GoTo Ex
If Len(Txt_Cli_Msg.Text) > 0 Then
 'Txt_Show_Msg.Text = Txt_Show_Msg.Text + vbCrLf + Trim(Txt_Cli_Msg.Text)
 TcpClient.SendData frmClient.Caption + " : " + Txt_Cli_Msg.Text
 Txt_Cli_Msg.Text = ""
End If
Exit Sub
  MsgBox "Server is in offline"
End Sub
Private Sub Form_Load()
 TcpClient.RemoteHost = "PAN1"
 TcpClient.RemotePort = 1002
 Unload frmLogin
End Sub<
Private Sub TcpClient_DataArrival(ByVal bytesTotal As Long)
Dim strData As String
TcpClient.GetData strData
Txt_Show_Msg.Text = Txt_Show_Msg.Text + vbCrLf + strData
End Sub
Private Sub Txt_Cli_Msg_KeyDown(KeyCode As Integer, Shift As Integer)
If KeyCode = 13 Then
  Call Cmd_Send_Click
End If
End Sub
'Frm Login Coding Private Sub Cmd_Log_Click()
If Len(Txt_Usr.Text) > 0 Then
 frmClient.Caption = Trim(Txt_Usr.Text)
 Unload Me
 MsgBox "Enter User ...."
End If
End Sub

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Hari K I am Hari, TL in a Pvt Firm. I have knowledge in Dot Net, WM, VB6, Visual Foxpro, Foxpro, SQL Server, Oracle, Access, DBase and Crystal Report.


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