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handle ctrl+c in client-server socket in c programing


handle ctrl+c in client-server socket in c programing

By : adao3056
Date : September 23 2020, 04:00 PM
I wish this helpful for you Your server handles the interrupt signal, which the process will receive when the terminal running the server gets a Ctrl-C. It has nothing to do with Ctrl-C being pressed in telnet.
telnet reacts to Ctrl-C by sending two control sequences:
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Client Server Socket Programing in Python

Client Server Socket Programing in Python


By : user2238212
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Instead of 'localhost', use '192.168.1.5' (the client's address) in the server code, '192.168.1.4' (the server's address) in the client code.
Normally a server wouldn't need to know the client's address beforehand, but UDP's knottier than TCP (the more usual, stream-oriented approach to socket communication) in many ways;-).
how many users can handle on android client, pc java server with socket?

how many users can handle on android client, pc java server with socket?


By : Abhed
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help I made a simple app works with socket to transfer data between client and server over local network, ,
How many clients this can handle?
code :
while (true) {
    accept a connection;
    create a thread to deal with the client;
}
Socket server and socket client java - detecting server from client located on different computers

Socket server and socket client java - detecting server from client located on different computers


By : Kontranavoj
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue If the server is always on the same network, you can always use UDP broadcasting to detect a service.
The server listens for the broadcasts, and then replies thereby sending its IP address.
Socket programing/ Signaling changes in SQL Server

Socket programing/ Signaling changes in SQL Server


By : Hattan Wafi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need You can have a SQLCLR routine that calls out to "something", whenever a change happens. Where I work we ue that for real-time streaming of dats from SQL Server to RabbitMQ. In your case you would have to have a trigger on the table, which calls the routine.
In our case we always change data through stored procedures, so our procedures call the SQLCLR routine.
How to handle multiple socket client through server in c linux

How to handle multiple socket client through server in c linux


By : zimhaan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Since you are using Linux, there are a few asynchronous frameworks (event loops) that you can use:
libevent libev libuv ASIO (C++)
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