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On Fri, 2005-01-28 at 16:35, Rici Lake wrote:
> On 27-Jan-05, at 11:54 PM, skaller wrote:
> > It makes select() utterly useless. You might was well just
> > attempt to write to each socket in turn (nonblocking write I mean),
> > perhaps with a  delay each pass all write fail and you want to
> > politely  yield CPU to the OS.
> It's an indication of which sockets you don't need to poll.
> It doesn't have to work 100% of the time to be useful. If it
> worked 10% of the time, it probably would be "utterly useless"
> but if, as I suspect is the case, it worked 95% of the time
> or more, it would be "fairly useful".

Well .. I'm forced to admit your iguana has the right answer!

John Skaller,
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