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I'd like some code examples for some socket type networking, for C++.  I need it to work on a RH5 Linux system.

Create, bind, and start up a socket, recieve input, output the input (echo..like port 7) and then if the input is 'logoff' close down the socket.

Thanks!

Matt



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