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example on sending/reciving objects via sockets

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I am trying to use the winsock and afxsock libraries to write a program where I can send and reciving objects via sockets. When I execute my program I get a debug assertion failure in the file afxwin1.inl(this file is part of the socket library). This failure occurs when I make the call socket.create() where socket is an instance of class CSocket.
Would you know why this error occurs? Do you have a sample
program that uses the sockets in c++ to send/recive objects.

any help would be appreciated

thanks,
praveen

 
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There is sample code that comes with MSDev. Check out CHATTER and CHATSRVR.
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