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GeneralRe: TCP blocking -vs- CAsyncSocket -vs- Win32 API Pinmemberpasztorpisti28-Dec-12 4:37 
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GeneralRe: TCP blocking -vs- CAsyncSocket -vs- Win32 API Pinmemberpasztorpisti27-Dec-12 15:02 
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GeneralRe: TCP blocking -vs- CAsyncSocket -vs- Win32 API Pinmemberpasztorpisti28-Dec-12 6:06 
Questioncalling virtual base class Pinmemberbkelly1314-Dec-12 8:36 
AnswerRe: calling virtual base class Pinmemberpasztorpisti18-Dec-12 23:39 
Here is the implementation of CAsyncSocket::OnAccept():
void CAsyncSocket::OnAccept(int /*nErrorCode*/)
{
}
As you see it doesn't count whether you call it or not but in my opinion its always better to upcall base class methods when you are not sure what to do and the upcall doesn't do any harmful thing to your code. In this case its unlikely that MS changes the implementation of such a core class but generally when you use others' classes as a baseclass its better not to build anything on assumptions. Imagine what happens if you refactor your socket code and you change the baseclass of your socket class from CAsyncSocket to another socket class of yours that does something meaningful in OnAccept()... So here I recommend the upcall as I think its a good practice.
AnswerRe: calling virtual base class PinmemberAlbert Holguin19-Dec-12 8:22 
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