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Linux C++ Overlapped Server and Client Socket Example

The goal of this example is to create simple Linux C++ server that accepts socket connections and uses overlapped IO - ayncrhonous non blocking sockets - to service multiple sockets while being single threaded. This covers all the steps required to open a C++ client/server socket, set it to non-blocking and the basics of using the POSIX asynchronous API such as using 'select' and FD_SET to test the descriptors

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