Friday, September 30, 2011

non blocking socket

Setting a socket to be 'non-blocking' simply means that the library is instructed not to block when it is called. So, if accept is called on a socket, and there are no connections pending, rather than waiting for one, control will be returned to the calling block. To set a non-blocking socket, the ioctlsocket function is used, specifying FIONBIO as the parameter, and 1 as the argument.

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