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NetworkStream Write() size

ed
Is there an ideal and/or maximum write size? I'm working on my own file xfer
utility that will work with files of all sorts of sizes, so I will have to
transfer them in pieces.

Thanks in advance,
ed
Jul 21 '05 #1
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