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Questiontake parameters from command line Pin
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QuestionMust I bind a port for server sock? Pin
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Ryan Binns28-Feb-06 18:11
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Yes it is. If you call bind() with a port number of 0 (zero), the system will choose a port for you, and you can use getsockname() to find out which port it was bound to.

This is generally not very useful, because you still need to inform the client what the port number is somehow.

Ryan
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QuestionSir,Can any Help me ,I want to Know For What Generic Reason Will Applications Developed in VC++ Will Crash? Pin
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QuestionCan code be given exclusive CPU access in XP? Pin
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