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is putfile an inbuilt function in vb.net?if not how to implement tranfer of files

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hi.. i am creating a file transfer application to a remote location in vb.net...Are putfile and getfile inbuilt functions in vb.net just like connect(). if not how to implement uploading of files to a remote server???
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