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I have a bunch of ideas for a MUD (multi user dungeon/dimension/etc....) and i want to build one. I hear that they are done in C++, i know the basic lang., so i decided to look into it. I was wondering how you'd write something like that that would provide i/o access on a server to tons of different users connected to. Any reference to books or pages accepted/ or some code or anything!!! Thanx-
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Thanx! It's great. Although I need more info, this page is perfect for getting started. Thanks ALOT!!!!

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