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Hi Everybody,
       I am developing a chat application using TCP/IP. I created the client chat room window and login window.
Can I store the login name or/and password in one vector in the server and the messages in another vector.I want to establish the clients-server connection. Can anybody help me with the code or logic.
                         Thank you
                             Chettan_a
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> Can I store the login name or/and password in one vector in the server and the messages in another vector.

Yes you can.

For more info on building a char system have a look here:

http://www.acm.org/crossroads/xrds6-1/ovp61.html
http://developer.novell.com/ndk/doc/samplecode/nco_sample/src_com_novell_Chat/Chat.java.html

Take a look at the links they will help you. If you still have question do not afraid to ask here: )
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