"Rohit" <Rohit@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
My main thread creates a CAsyncSocket derived class and tries to connect
the server by calling the Connect method. Unfortunately, since
is non-blocking, the OnConnect notification arrives as a message to the
window. But, I cannot continue processing until a successful connection
been established and I don't want to create a worker thread to initialize
socket. Is there any way I can process windows messages and wait until
OnConnect function returns with the connection status?
The way to accomplish this is to "continue processing" when you get the
OnConnect message notification. Returning from the function that calls
Connect will let you process window messages.
If your concern is to prevent user actions until the notification arrives
you can disable the GUI with
Scott McPhillips [VC++ MVP]
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