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I remember way back when me and my buddy were at the university and had a class about networking. The class got an assignment to make a simple chat program with 2 participants using sockets. At that point we never heard of non-blocking sockets before (not sure about threads). So most people made chat programs in which the two sides could talk alternately, A sending something, then B sending, then A again, then B and so on. We on the other hand, created a "ping-pong" mechanism, a kind of "token" packet would be sent here and there between the two clients constantly, if one had something to say, it would send its content along with the token to the other client, if it had nothing to say then it would just send the token alone back. This way the clients didn't seem to block waiting for the other side to say something. Ah, the good old naive young days... Smile | :)
> The problem with computers is that they do what you tell them to do and not what you want them to do. <
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