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Posted 27 Oct 2001

How to write a simple but effective TCP/IP port scanner for Win32

, 27 Oct 2001
An article on how to write a TCP/IP port scanner with a GUI, based on the MFC's property sheet paradigm
	Luca Piergentili, 06/08/98

#include "window.h"
#include "resource.h"

class CTcpScanAddServiceDlg : public CDialog
	~CTcpScanAddServiceDlg() {}

	enum {IDD = IDD_DIALOG_ADDSERVICE};		// id # del dialogo

	void		DoDataExchange(CDataExchange*);	// scambio dati
	BOOL		OnInitDialog(void);				// inizializzazione dialogo
	void		OnButtonAdd(void);				// IDOK
	void		OnButtonCancel(void);			// IDCANCEL

	HICON	m_hIcon;						// handle per l'icona del dialogo
	CString*	m_pstrServiceName;
	UINT*	m_pnPortNumber;
	CString*	m_pstrProtocolName;
	CString*	m_pstrComment;



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Luca Piergentili
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