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Right, I have a program written in C++ that I want to turn into a MUD/RPG Server. i require the following

-Code that I can just plug in, with very little work
-Code that does not use the window message loop, as i do not have one in my app (console app)
-Code that actually works, and instructions on how to use it.
-An  explanation of how it works would be nice also.
-NOT MFC,ATL OR COM

NB. I have tried certain examples from the code project and they have not compiled, so I doubt they will be of any use


Thank You very much in advance, because I have spent hours and fruitless hours searching for what I cannot find.
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Check out http://win32.mvps.org/network/sockhim.html ("Sockets, IOCPs, AcceptEx") and the accompanying code at http://win32.mvps.org/network/sockhim.zip
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Hyperon,

A "SocketServer" class with i/o worker threads that handle all socket reads and writes and non i/o worker threads to handle the business logic.  It implements all the requirements you have listed above.

"Writing a high performance server that runs on Windows NT and uses sockets to communicate with the outside world isn't that hard once you dig through the API references. What's more most of the code is common between all of the servers that you're likely to want to write. It should be possible to wrap all of the common code up in some easy to reuse classes. However, when I went looking for some classes to use to write my first socket server all of the examples and articles that I found required the user to pretty much start from scratch or utilise "cut and paste reuse" when they wanted to use the code in their own servers. Also the more complicated examples, ones that used io completion ports for example, tended to stop short of demonstrating real world usage. After all, anyone can write an echo server..."

Full Article and Code.
Article: http://www.developerfusion.com/show/2498/1/
Article: http://www.developerfusion.com/show/4444/
Source Code: http://www.developerfusion.com/files/f_4444.zip

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booki, i dont know, i just cant seem to grasp that code you've given, in any case, i dont really like wrapper classe, i hae to go and split them up later for my purposes that way. but, to be fair, this is what i asked for, so ill split the points
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