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sending & recieving packets through mIRC #125404 17/07/05 08:17 PM
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Ok, now I'll try to explain what I don't understand. You can send and recieve packets in C. They look like:

#define SOMETHING_LOGIN 0x000c

struct something login {
int uin; /* your id */
int hash; /* password hash */
int local_ip; /*ip */

};

This is how they look. I don't know how do you send them in C and that's not my problem. The case is that I want to send this packet trhough mIRC and don't know if it's possible (probably would involve binvars i guess). Or get such packet from host and *read* it actually - when i try to write it to a file it fills up with fuzzy characters. Can anyone show me how this should be done in mIRC, if possible at all? Thanks

Re: sending & recieving packets through mIRC #125405 17/07/05 10:13 PM
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there are no structures in mIRC.. if this is the structure u want .. in ur case u can put all the vars in one variable .. separated by dots ... and when sent/recieved ... part them with $gettok()

ex:

set %struct $+(%uin,.,%hash,.,%local_ip)
and send it useing sockets or write it to a file ... useing /write

$gettok(%struct,1,46) is the first
$gettok(%struct,2,46) ...
$gettok(%struct,3,46) ...

Last edited by SteeleR; 17/07/05 10:15 PM.

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Re: sending & recieving packets through mIRC #125406 17/07/05 11:35 PM
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if you want to send a file, why not use DCC SEND?
much easier to send that pic of the big fish you caught on your last hunting trip than writing your own file sending script.