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QuestionCan i save font in my MFC application? Pin
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Questionenumport problem Pin
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QuestionSocket Class to use with MFC [modified] Pin
SPowers31-May-06 9:48
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Zac Howland31-May-06 10:13
Zac Howland31-May-06 10:13 
SPowers wrote:
I should also say that the GUI and Socket are extremely intertwined. IE... a button click basically just sends a packet to my server and as I accept a packet I simply display it on the screen. This is why moving it to another thread would prove difficult.


Tying communication processes closely with GUIs is not a good idea. Neither will ever perform optimally. If this is your own code, I would rewrite it so that the socket's receive is caught in a separate thread that spawns an event for your GUI to catch (either using an Event or a Windows Message).

If you absolutely must leave it the way it is, try increasing the buffer size for the data you pull in the OnReceive handler.

If you decide to become a software engineer, you are signing up to have a 1/2" piece of silicon tell you exactly how stupid you really are for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week

Zac
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Questionusing a dll to run the graphics of a scr Pin
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QuestionVisual Studio 2005, Multithreading option? Pin
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QuestionPrecision Timing? Sleep(1)=15 millisecs !! Pin
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