Well, I'm doing a guess here, thinking that must be a clever way to do it, BUT, I think, if you create 1 file with 33% of junk (just set one byte at the position), another with 66%, then CONTINUE downloading the 3 of then until the start of the next (controling with progress)... Finally, join in one file. Like I said, only guessing...

Rm 12:2 - "E no vos conformeis com este sculo, mas transformai-vos pela renovao da vossa mente, para que experimenteis qual seja a boa, agradvel e perfeita vontade de Deus."

----- Original Message ----- From: "Nicholas Sherlock" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 2:46 AM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Is there a way to download a file in threads?



Francois PIETTE wrote:

Some of You guys know Leechget and downloadmanager like that.
They have an option to download a file in threads.


Can you describe this feature because I don't know those programs.


Multiple connections are made to the server. Each connection downloads a separate part of the file and they are reassembled when downloading is done. Eg part 1 would be the first 33% of the file, part 2 the 33-66% part, and part 4 the 66-100% part.

Cheers,
Nicholas Sherlock

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