Funny, I have a hard time imagining you saying the above sentences out
loud with a Texas accent ...
Isn't that (i.e. Borland C++ 5.02) a 16-bit compiler? I hope you
aren't using that "at work"...if it is, you're probably doomed to
If your question is about C language, you need to ask in comp.lang.c,
not comp.lang.c++. They are not the same language, in case you didn't
If your question is about VB.Net or DOS, you need to ask in one of the
Microsoft groups ... it's off-topic to discuss platform-specific
operating systems and non-C++ programming languages in this group.
If your question is about Borland, you need to ask in one of the
So where is your C++ question??
Who knows? Probably ... but what you can do with it WRT interaction
with other processes depends on the OS as well as the version. Again,
this has nothing to do with C++.
Again, there is no built-in support for IP (whatever you think that
might be) in C++. You'll need to use third-party libraries for that,
and they might not be portable across platforms.
Much obliged, y'all hear now? <g>