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    Connection Performance

    I wonder if I handle a socket in a dll, is it going to be slower than if I handle it at the application itself? Thanks.

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    Re: Connection Performance

    DLLs are mapped into each application's memory space, so unless you are contemplating something unusual (like the /DELAYLOAD switch), I can't think of any reason that it might be slower.

    Note that Winsock is itself a DLL, and is mapped into the application's memory space when the application calls WSAStartup().

    Mike

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    Re: Connection Performance

    Thanks.

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