I am not unwilling to learn, I just have a hard time when I don't understand stuff and I find this stuff very hard to understand. When I mentioned RealBasic 2005 it was the first version I started with before that I was using Visual Basic 6 when I wrote a very small app that displayed a Yu-Gi-Oh! Card list from the very first American released set. Just search for Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Library v2 on Google and you should find it.
When Microsoft moved to .Net, I simply couldn't understand anything so I searched for another option especially when I was switching to a Mac. I tried to learn C but couldn't understand the simple "Hello World" example that every book starts with. After going back to it a few dozen times over the last 20 or so years I still can't understand it.
The Simple Chat example doesn't help me understand how to start a connection that can stay for multiple Windows. You may think it's easy to do but I don't since I just can't understand it as no one seems willing to completely explain it to me in a way that I understand. When you have people that don't seem to want to help you learn, it can very difficult to learn something especially when they are teaching it in a way that you don't understand. It seems that almost every time I ask for help in trying to understand something I get responses that absolutely don't help and make me want to give up. Try learning a language like Japanese and then try to tell this stuff is easy. The Language Reference only does so much and it doesn't help me at all in trying to learn how to do what you say is simple.