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Date: Tue, 21 May 2002 12:30:34 +0200
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Le 2002-05-18, C. Daniel Cooper écrivait :

> d) sockets: A variation of this is that every possible subscriber is
> allocated a "socket" and the socket table replaces the callback list:
> no search (involving a match) is needed, since each subscriber has its
> own socket. The table is statically maximal, the equivalent of every
> subscriber having been added at system startup.

You do not even need such a table if you use a multicast socket,
leaving all the hassle of group management to the OS.

Thomas.

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