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Handling Streams

Handling Streams

Handling Streams

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Hi Folks,

 I would like to know how we can pass streams (memorystream / filestream) between sockets. Is it good practice to do so if the data passed is of big size(say in Mb).. Expecting ur help and code if any..

RE: Handling Streams

Get a copy of December 2001 C/C++ Users Journal. There is an article titled An Iostream-Compatible Socket Wrapper by Maciej Sobczak that will explain that very concept.

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