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Who can give me the detailed sample for using MFC (CSocket and CAsyncSocket) to write a multi-thread Server.

My email is:
jonalee@online.sh.cn
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Write a Simple HTTP-based Server Using MFC and Windows Sockets:
http://192.116.171.100/httpsrv.htm
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