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Multithreaded Non-blocking Socket Server and Client, Based on Synchronized Socket

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Non-blocking socket class using synchronized socket.



Just derive a child CTestClient class from CSyncSocketWorker and override its virtual function ProcessData.

void CTestClient::ProcessData()
     const int nBufferSize = 8192;
    char szBuffer[nBufferSize];

    CFile file;
    file.Open(TEXT("recv.dat"), CFile::modeCreate | CFile::modeWrite);
    int nRead;

    DWORD dwStart = GetTickCount();
    while(nRead = Read(szBuffer, nBufferSize))
        file.Write(szBuffer, nRead);
            cout << "shuting down" << endl;

    cout << "Speed = " << double(file.GetLength()) / 
                  (double(GetTickCount() - dwStart) / 1000.0) / 1024 
         << "KB/s" << endl;


Same as client.

void CEchoWorker::ProcessData()
     const int nBufferSize = 4096;
    char* pBuffer = new char[nBufferSize];

    CFile file;
    file.Open(TEXT("testfile.dat"), CFile::modeRead);
    while(!IsShutingdown() && IsConnected())
        int nRead = file.Read(pBuffer, nBufferSize);
        if(nRead == 0)

        Write(pBuffer, nRead, FALSE);


    while(!IsSendBufferEmpty() && IsConnected())

    delete [] pBuffer;


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GeneralBad links have been corrected Pin
Kevin Hua12-Mar-02 15:20
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