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    Default file transfer oer a network using tcp sockets in QT mobile application

    i need help..

    an someone give me an idea on how i can start modifying the client and server application so that i can send a file to another device.

    the application only sends a string
    all i know is that i should be able to browse and load the file, have it chunked so that i can transmit it over a network.. but i don't know how to do that.

    i am a complete newbie in qt programming.
    this is my senior project.
    anyone, please help me

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    Default Re: file transfer oer a network using tcp sockets in QT mobile application

    Assuming the sender and receiver are existing Qt programs...

    QFile, QTCPSocket, QByteArray, and QDataStream are worth a look in the manual.

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