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FTP Function Handles

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To work properly, the FTP functions require certain types of HINTERNET handles. These handles must be created in a specific order, starting with the root handle created by InternetOpen. InternetConnect can then create an FTP session handle.

The following illustration shows the FTP functions that are dependent on the FTP session handle returned by InternetConnect. The shaded boxes represent functions that return HINTERNET handles, while the plain boxes represent functions that use the HINTERNET handle created by the function on which they depend.

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The following illustration shows the two FTP functions that return HINTERNET handles and the functions that are dependent on the HINTERNET handles created by them. The shaded boxes represent functions that return HINTERNET handles, while the plain boxes represent functions that use the HINTERNET handle created by the function on which they depend.

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