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Listening to a request on a socket and passing data to the socket

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I would like to listen to incoming requests on a socket connection and then when a request does come in be able to parse the request and then return back data based on the request.

I need to do this within a wcf service that is providing data to other .net clients, but there are other clients that do not handle wcf well, but can handle socket connection and passing data back and forth.
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