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A reusable, high performance, socket server class - Part 3

, 18 Jul 2002 CPOL
When a server has to deal with lots of short lived client connections it's advisable to use the Microsoft extension function for WinSock, AcceptEx(), to accept connections.



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Len Holgate
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Len has been programming for over 30 years, having first started with a Sinclair ZX-80. Now he runs his own consulting company, JetByte Limited and has a technical blog here.
JetByte provides contract programming and consultancy services. We can provide experience in COM, Corba, C++, Windows NT and UNIX. Our speciality is the design and implementation of systems but we are happy to work with you throughout the entire project life-cycle. We are happy to quote for fixed price work, or, if required, can work for an hourly rate.
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