Craig Holdrege One more defect and they could not have existed. George Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon Hence we conceive of the individual animal as a small world, existing for its own sake, by its own means. Every creature is its own reason to be. All its parts have a direct effect on one another, a relationship to one another, thereby constantly renewing the circle of life; thus we are justified in considering every animal physiologically perfect. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe We are losing animals.
If a guy wants to "hook up" with you, does that mean he finds you attractive?
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What does hook up mean?
The peer sent an RST packet. Robert, your concern makes no sense to me. Peer is just strictly more general than that. In a typical client-server model, the server can just as easily receive this notification from the "client". The machine that initially requests the connection has just as much power to send this notification.
These are somewhat similar to the windows hooks, in that both involve a callback function that is called at specific events, but WinEvents are far easier to use from C: Your code does need to run a message loop on the same thread that called SetWinEventHook, however. It turns out that one of the type of events that WinEvent supports is a 'name change' event, which is automatically fired by USER32 whenever the title text of a HWND changes, which seems is what you are looking for. WinEvents can also be used to track focus changes and various types of state changes; see MSDN for more information. It's also fired by other controls when their internal UI changes - eg by a listbox when the text of a list item changes, so we have to do some filtering.