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CFSocket Programming

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Hi Guys,

I have written BCD based client/server program and wrapped it with CFSocket.
I am controlling multiple clients with help of CFSocket runloop.
My problem is that when a particular client is disconnected then I am not able to identified which client is disconnected. On server side I get my CFSocket data parameter zero when any client disconnected but which client is disconnected that I don't know.

How to identify which client is disconnected?

Please help me.


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