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Download a File C++ No extra Libraries

Discussion in 'C++' started by Pokeglobe, Sep 28, 2009.

  1. Pokeglobe

    Pokeglobe New Member

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    I need to know how to dowload a file to a specific location without any extra libraries.
    I am using Devkitpro to code things. I have tried 2 codes.

    1 Downloads only from specific places. (Really Buggy) Also causes my system to freeze.
    2 Doesn't compile properly.

    If someone could help me that would be splendid. :nice:
     
  2. xpi0t0s

    xpi0t0s Mentor

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    > I have tried 2 codes.

    Which one do you want to debug?
    Have you considered posting the code, or are we supposed to use our technopsychic powers to read the source code directly from your computer?

    > 1 Downloads only from specific places. (Really Buggy) Also causes my system to freeze.

    And those bugs are what?
    Which line of code freezes?

    > 2 Doesn't compile properly.

    What are the errors?

    That's about all I can do based on the total lack of any relevant information you've posted.
     
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  4. Pokeglobe

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    Code:
     textdump dot com/v/?k=NDkwOA==
    I uploaded it there because my post was too long.

    Sorry about that LOL
     
  5. shabbir

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    That post is not larger than the limit we have on the post size BTW
     
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    OK, I can see the code, so how about answering some of my questions, or preferably all of them?
    (Hint: provide AS MUCH info as possible, rather than your current approach of AS LITTLE as possible)
     

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