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vdsipp.dll V2.9.11.2001 (349 kB) Date: 11-09-2001 Freeware
By PGWARE E-mail: support@pgware.com VDS 2.03
 
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Various client and server internet protocols are supported by this VDS internet protocol package. The following clients are included: basic TCP, basic UDP, HTTP, FTP, POP3, SMTP, whois, time, ICMP (ping client) and echo. The following servers are contained in the DLL: basic TCP, basic UDP, whois, time and echo. Its greatest benefit is the possibility to initiate 99 simultaneous connections of a single protocol.

vdsmem.dll V1.7.30.2000 (160 kB) Date: 30-07-2000 Freeware
By PGWARE E-mail: support@pgware.com VDS 2.03
 
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Using blocks of mapped memory, this extension allows you to use an unlimited number of long variable names and share variables inbetween VDS scripts that are running. Another use of the extension is only allowing to run a single instance of your script at once. The extension's source code is included.

vdsmath.dll V1.5.31.2001 (122 kB) Date: 31-05-2001 Price: $19.95
By Iceware E-mail: iceware@vdsworld.com VDS 2.03
 
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This extension DLL adds a very large number of mathematical functions to VDS, which range from very simple to very advanced.

vdsmp3.dll V1.1 (423 kB) Date: 10-01-2001 Freeware
By Tommy Sools E-mail: tommy@sools.com VDS 2.03
 
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This extension DLL enpowers VDS to play files in the popular .MP3 audio format. Easily integrate multimedia support into your applications using this compact file format. This DLL plays .MP3 audio through the xaudio.dll DLL. Note: even though InterTrust Technologies Corp. tempts to charge for the Xaudio DLL, the enclosed DLL is copyrighted by MpegTV, LLC and is free for non-commercial usage.

vdsdde.dll V1.7.30.2000 (96 kB) Date: 30-07-2000 Freeware
By PGWARE E-mail: support@pgware.com VDS 2.03
 
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This extension makes it possible for your VDS scripts to run as DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange) server, while VDS normally already allows you to run as DDE client to connect to a DDE server. This way other programming languages such as Delphi and C++ can communicate with your VDS scripts while they are running.

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