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-==== 14 Zabbix sender dynamic link library for Windows ====+==== 16 Zabbix sender dynamic link library for Windows ====
  
 In a Windows environment applications can send data to Zabbix server/​proxy directly by using the Zabbix sender dynamic link library (zabbix_sender.dll) instead of having to launch an external process (zabbix_sender.exe). In a Windows environment applications can send data to Zabbix server/​proxy directly by using the Zabbix sender dynamic link library (zabbix_sender.dll) instead of having to launch an external process (zabbix_sender.exe).
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         char **result);</​code>​ ||         char **result);</​code>​ ||
 |Description|| |Description||
-| |Sends an array of value structures to the proxy/​server. A value structure contains host name, item key and item value.|+| |Sends an array of value structures to the proxy/​server. A value structure contains host name, item key and item value.\\ //Note//: Windows sockets must be initialized with WSAStartup call before using the zabbix_sender_send_values function.  ​|
 |Parameters||| |Parameters|||
 | |**address** - //[in]// the server/​proxy address\\ **port** - //[in]// the trapper port on the server/​proxy\\ **source** - //[in]// the source IP (optional)\\ **values** - //[in]// an array of values to send\\ **count** - //[in]// the number of items in values array\\ **result** - //[out]// the server response or an error message (optional) | | |**address** - //[in]// the server/​proxy address\\ **port** - //[in]// the trapper port on the server/​proxy\\ **source** - //[in]// the source IP (optional)\\ **values** - //[in]// an array of values to send\\ **count** - //[in]// the number of items in values array\\ **result** - //[out]// the server response or an error message (optional) |