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Where to take C++ portable socket library?

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I want to obtain C++ class library (sorcecode)which provides good C++ socket interface. This library should have small size and should be compilable on WIN32 and UNIX-like platforms. Which library could you recommend? (it is assumed that it can use standard winsock or socket libraries)
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Dear, Iexpert.
 Sorry, but I can't download a sourcecode, where it is?
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