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asynchronous sockets in C under UNIX

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How do I use asynchronous sockets in UNIX? (note: I'm used to Windows and notification messages)
I need something like send_async(), recv_async(), accept_async()and a completion notification service.
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Unix Network Programming by W. Richard Stevens would be the best source for the answers to your questions :)  This is the book I learned from...and MANY MANY others =)  You are specifically looking for non-blocking socket i/o once you get a feel for sockets in Unix.
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