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QuestionSocket Class to use with MFC [modified] Pin
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Zac Howland31-May-06 10:37
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SPowers wrote:
Would switching to an event based socket help at all?


In a single-threaded app, not really. From what you are describing, you are spending a lot of time processing GUI events, which keeps the socket's OnReceive handler from doing its job.

SPowers wrote:
Following your design could I create a socket to receive and one to send and only put the receive side of the socket within the thread? My gut tells me that this would be impossible but then again this is the first socketed app I've made.


Generally, I usually stick the socket operations completely in a separate thread. The send calls don't gain much of a benefit from this, but it does keep the socket operations grouped together logically (e.g. makes it easier to understand the code).

Its been a while since I looked at it, but I believe that is what I did in the code for
this article. The article itself is about something completely different, but I used communication code I had written as part of the demo. That should at least give you a starting place, though.

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
Questionusing a dll to run the graphics of a scr Pin
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