> Make sense but if you have a few TWSocets running at the same time and
from every 
> connection writing to a shared TMemo you do not need to synchronize it
somehow ?

If you application is single threaded, no you don't need any
synchronization, it is built-in by Windows message queue system.
If your application is multithreaded, remember you can NOT access a TMemo
from code executed in the context of a thread. You must use a mechanism to
make TMemo updated in the context of the main thread. Synchronize is one
[poor but easy] method of doing data.

> OK, maybe my problem was different.

I think so.

> Thanks for elaborating this.

See my other messages.

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