CrossSockets C++
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README.md

CrossSockets:

CrossSockets is a library for C++ to work with the POSIX and Winsock2 sockets. CrossSockets can help you implement a network communication application. CrossSockets was created to serve as a client - server communication protocol.

Example:

If the server is running you can establish a connection using putty or any other client. (if you use putty you need to connect to the server using a RAW connection)

Port: 2013 Password: welcome