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i searched a lot about FTP samples but unfortunately didn't find other than IOS samples,and Mac's around here?
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What are you trying to do? We need more details. What about FTP are you trying to understand?

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i want to write to my file on the server
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What server - is this an FTP server that you've set up or that is hosted by someone else? Are you having difficulties or are you new to FTP?

If it's someone else's server, you should be able to simply login with the credentials that they provide and copy the files over.

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i want to write to my file on the server
Write how? In an application? If so, FTP isn't really the method to do so.

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What server - is this an FTP server that you've set up or that is hosted by someone else? Are you having difficulties or are you new to FTP?

If it's someone else's server, you should be able to simply login with the credentials that they provide and copy the files over.
actually am new to FTP,and yes host account is mine
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Write how? In an application? If so, FTP isn't really the method to do so.
i want to write to my server via my OS X-Xcode application
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I'm going to move this to our development forum since it's a dev question.

What exactly is the issue? Does the FTP server work (can you write to it)? If so, have you coded in FTP support? If not, it looks like there's a library here that adds FTP support.

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