Thanks for your prompt reply.
>> I'm getting error 10035 (operation would block) and
>> wondered why this would happen now and not
> Error 10035 is not really an error when using non blocking socket. It just
> means nothing is ready to be read.
> Instead of ReceiveStr, I suggest you use Receive where you have better
> control and is faster since it doesn't involve the memory allocation needed
> for strings.
I actually took the code for ReceiveStr from the ICS source and copied
that into my source, 'cos I couldn't step through the ICS code. That
calls Receive anyway, so there's no difference in function, only in
performance - and I'm only concerned with function for now :)
>> Does anyone have any suggestions about what might be going wrong here?
> The most common source of probelm is calling the message pump
> (ProcessMessages and the like) directly or indirectly (For example with a
> modal form or a simple ShowMessage).
Hmmm, I'm pretty sure I'm not doing that, but I'll check just in case.
It doesn't explain why doing the AnsiString msg =
((TWSocketClient*)Sender)->ReceiveStr() works though.
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