Winsock Programmer’s FAQ
Section 5.3: Samples: Useful Code
This page links to various bits of useful code. Some of these items are just utility functions or classes, while others are complete programs that happen to have available source code. The complete programs were picked because they are fairly simple, so they should be relatively easy to learn from and modify.
This FAQ’s main examples section has several useful programs that you might find helpful.
Felix Kasza has a page
with many Win32 samples on it, nicely organized into categories. In
the Network category, there are a few dozen items on the
API functions, and there’s an item on I/O completion ports. The
author wrote the latter item because he found the Platform SDK
example less than helpful.
Spencer Low has a page that focuses on programming Unix sockets. There’s a section of it that is useful to Winsock programmers: the Sample Source code.
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