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networking source code

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i would like networking souce code (in c++) that could be used to connect 2 pc and above so that the two pc could communicate.
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What sort of network/protocol are you interested in?
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(just curios)
What os are you using?
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The answer kind of depends on the platform and network protocol you want to use.

If it's Windows, and you don't care how it works, try the MAZELORD sample (which is on the MSDN CD)

Going on the fact it's PCs I'll assume you are interested in 95/NT, in which case there is a nice tutorial (with sample source) at
http://devcentral.iftech.com/learning/tutorials/nt/nt3.asp


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