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[Q] Receiving asynchron datas with Sockets

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I've established a TCP-Socket Connection and now I want to receive
datas. So I called BeginReceive where I set the receiving buffer and
length. Now in the asynchronous CallBack-Function I call EndReceive and
get the length of rceived datas. After receiving datas I call the
Beginreceive-Function again.

So my question is now what is if the send datas is greater than the
receiving buffer? Ok, I know, I will get it in the next receiving round
but how do I now that the received datas belong together and doesn't
belong to the next sending-session from the connected socket?

André Betz
Nov 16 '05 #1
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