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QuestionPlease describe overlapped operations Pin
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bkelly13 wrote:
Please describe what “overlapped” means in terms of Windows sockets I/O.
It means that the operations will run asynchronously, leaving your application free to do other work. You then need to go back at some other point to check whether the operation has completed, and if so, was it successful.
bkelly13 wrote:
Does that include Windows XP Pro and Windows 7?
Yes, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Microsoft_Windows_versions[^].
bkelly13 wrote:
if I am going down a viable and/or a good path.
Always a difficult one to answer since it depends on so many factors. It would appear to be a sensible choice, but you would need to run some tests for yourself to be sure.
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