Re: Socket Send Binary (Jpeg)

From:
"iwasinnihon" <iwasinnihon@hotmail.com>
Newsgroups:
comp.lang.c++
Date:
21 Feb 2007 18:59:42 -0800
Message-ID:
<1172113182.263187.323460@l53g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>
Am I missing something? What are you telling me?

On Feb 21, 7:45 pm, "Alf P. Steinbach" <a...@start.no> wrote:

* iwasinnihon:

I writing a program that will send both a text/html document as well
as jpegs using winsock. My code works find for the text, but will not
work with jpegs. My code is below. What am I missing? Can someone
point me in the right direction.

ifstream file;
file.open(r.c_str(), ios::binary);
char buffer[1024] = "";
int BytesSent = 0;
int BytesIndex = 0;
while( !file.eof() ) {
   file.read(buffer, 1024);
   int BytesLeft = strlen(buffer);


Here.

   while(BytesLeft != 0){
           BytesSent = send(sock, &buffer[BytesIndex], BytesLeft, 0);
           BytesLeft -= BytesSent;
           BytesIndex +=BytesSent;
           cout << buffer << endl;
   }
}


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