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QuestionWhat are the basic benefits of using mmioxxxx “file” functions as opposed to “plain “ MFC CFile? Pin
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QuestionIOCP again Pin
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cmk6-Jul-11 11:38
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It sounds like there are more issue than can be easily solved via a forum post.
I'd suggest you look at some of the IOCP posts here.

In particular, Len Holgate wrote a good series:
A reusable, high performance, socket server class - Part 1[^]
A reusable, high performance, socket server class - Part 2[^]
A reusable, high performance, socket server class - Part 3[^]
Handling multiple pending socket read and write operations[^]
...cmk

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