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Get number of pending connections with TCP

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I'm trying to see how many pending connections there are on the socket.

Say 10 clients used TCPConnect() to connect to my socket I created with TCPListen().

If I don't use TCPAccept() on them, they are in a "pending" stage, waiting for the connection to be established. 

I'm trying to find out how many are waiting to be accepted.

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Can you have multiple connections on one socket?

EDIT: For the record, I'm not big TCP expert, just replying in lieu of someone who is.

Edited by JohnOne

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You have a listening socket to accept connections on, and when you use TCPAccept() on

it, it gives you a new socket you save and use to TCPSend() and TCPRecv() on and so forth.

Before you accept the connections, they are considered pending.

TCPListen ( IPAddr, port [, MaxPendingConnection] )

The MaxPendingConnection parameter tells the listening socket how many can sit in the "pending" stage at a time.

I'm trying to find out just how many are waiting to be accepted.

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