Sockets aren't exactly implemented the same way across multiple platforms. To achieve a cross-platform program that uses sockets, you can either use compile time switches (#defines) to use the appropriate platform-specific calls and system libraries or use a third party library that already has this compile time switching internally.
I am somewhat new to TCP/IP, I have been doing some reading on blocking vs non blocking sockets. So my question is when creating a CAsyncsocket object is constructed and created is there a option for what type of socket
Secondly when you get a notification from one of the callback on receive onsend etc
With an error say WSAEINPROGRESS
From the call backs I guess you should just return
I create a sample dialog application which has a circle drawn. Also on mouse move the circle will be re-drawn. I am providing my code below. Its also compilable.
I tried using double buffering and erasebackground, i was not getting the flickering issue, but i observed that the drawining is not erased properly. So to erase, in OnPaint i wrote the erasing code. Again i am facing the flickering issue.