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Re: IO::Select and correct way to detect client crashed?by BrowserUk (Pope)
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Note: The code is an adaption of code provided by BroswerUK .
I utterly refute that assertion.
How you dare to claim that your non-functional, incorrectly designed, and horribly implemented single-threaded, event-driven, asynchronous server & client are an "adaption from" my functioning, multi-threaded, synchronous server and client is quite beyond my understanding.
The only elements they have in common -- the timing mechanism and the length-prefixed protocol -- are in no way responsible for the failures of your code!.
The code I supplied to you: works. It is your clumsy and incorrect adaption of it that is broken; so please do not attribute that to me.
(Yes. I am offended.)
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