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GeneralRe: TCP blocking -vs- CAsyncSocket -vs- Win32 API [modified] Pinmemberbkelly1328-Dec-12 3:08 
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GeneralRe: TCP blocking -vs- CAsyncSocket -vs- Win32 API Pinmemberbkelly1327-Dec-12 8:22 
GeneralRe: TCP blocking -vs- CAsyncSocket -vs- Win32 API Pinmemberpasztorpisti27-Dec-12 14:02 
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GeneralRe: TCP blocking -vs- CAsyncSocket -vs- Win32 API Pinmemberbkelly1328-Dec-12 3:13 
GeneralRe: TCP blocking -vs- CAsyncSocket -vs- Win32 API Pinmemberpasztorpisti28-Dec-12 5:06 
Questioncalling virtual base class Pinmemberbkelly1314-Dec-12 7:36 
Visual Studio 2008, MFC, CAsyncSocket
 
The programmer creates the overrides such as OnAccept(). Here is a fragment from elsewhere on this site:
 
void MyEchoSocket::OnAccept(int nErrorCode) 
{ 
// TODO: Add your specialized code here and/or call the base class 
if(nErrorCode==0) 
{ 
((CEchoServerDlg*)m_pDlg)->OnAccept(); 
}
CAsyncSocket::OnAccept(nErrorCode); 
} 
 
Note that the comment says and/or. The question is: Is there a need to have the call CAsyncSocket::OnAccept()? In the over-ride code can I just execute what I want done and forget that call to CAsyncSocket::OnAccept()?
 
Thanks for your time
AnswerRe: calling virtual base class Pinmemberpasztorpisti18-Dec-12 22:39 
AnswerRe: calling virtual base class PinmemberAlbert Holguin19-Dec-12 7:22 
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