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Hello,
I am currently developing a Quiz that has to send the result of each participant to me via a TCP-connection. On the server computer (with the "master" application) the results get evaluated. It is of vital importance that the results are transmitted rapidly (that's why TCP rather than uploading result or such).

The connectin itself works, I just struggle with the StreamReader (and StreamWriter). This is my code as of now:

Client-Sending:
C#
private void onButtonClick() {
TcpClient client;            
client = new TcpClient("127.0.0.1", 25543);

            StreamWriter writer = new StreamWriter(client.GetStream());
            writer.Write("Test");
            writer.Flush();
        }


Server-Receiving (runs in Timer):

C#
TcpClient client = new TcpClient();
        TcpListener listener = new TcpListener(25543);


C#
if (listener.Pending()) {
                message = null;
                client = listener.AcceptTcpClient();

                StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(client.GetStream());

                while (reader.Peek() != -1)
                {
                    message += reader.Read().ToString();
                }

                MessageBox.Show(message);
            }


Right now, when I run this, the message that gets displayed in the MessageBox is a very long number, for the message "Test" it's "84101115116". How can I convert this integer back to the original string "Test", so that the original message is displayed correctly in my server application?

I know that e.g. 84 in ASCII is the letter T, however the other numbers are different. Can some1 help?

Greetings
~Veraner
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