Need an asynchronous design winsock example c++

Posted on 2009-04-27
Last Modified: 2013-11-13
I need an example code for implementing an asynchronous design using Winsock  (c++) It would also be great if it were not built on MFC.
Question by:astropirate
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    Take a look at ("Sockets, IOCPs, AcceptEx") - that's pretty much what you'Re looking for (sockets with I/O completion ports) and comes with full source code.
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    by:Pramod Bugudai
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    Sorry to object, but pramodbugudai's linked page contains no code for asynchronous socket operations as explicitly stated by the asker, just general tutorials (please correct me if I m wrong, just searched for 'async' there and came up with nothing)

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