Why don't you use the algorithm logic in HTTP and explicitly state how many
bytes will follow in a header? for example this is how it is done in chunked
encoding in HTTP (pseudo code):

<10 bytes of data>
<20 bytes of data>
<end of stream>

On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 6:02 PM, Alper Albayrak <alper...@gmail.com> wrote:

> My record type is like;
> TData = record
>  age: integer;
> end;
> PData = ^TData;
> I send data as follows succesfully;
> Send(Data, SizeOf(TData));
> and receive;
> Receive(Data, SizeOf(TData));
> What i want to do is to send a couple of record types (seperately); and
> distinguish them on the client side.
> i tried moving data into a PChar variable, ant put some distinguisher in
> front of data,
> but this didnt worked out, or i couldnt..
> Can someone help me out?
> Thanks..
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