Socket Programming in C

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Can somebody provide me an example of a client and server connection using sockets in C++?

I've gone through various lessons and now I'm ready to put everything into action.

Where do I begin?
Aug 2 in C++ by Nicholas
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The C++ Standard does not have a socket API.

The GNU libC documentation contains examples of UDP and TCP clients and servers, which I often use when putting another server together from scratch. Alternatively, you might utilise the Boost.ASIO library for a more C++-focused experience.
answered Aug 2 by Damon
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