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 *  Original floSocket copyright (C) 2005 by Joshua Hatfield.              *
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In this example, I will show that floSocket can in fact be implemented using 
only three lines of code minus any comment lines you may need of course ;-). 

This example creates a simple echoer on port 9999.  

// Line one, include the class file.  

// Line two, create a class instance.
$mySocket = new floSocket(false, 9999);

// Line three, start the listener.  
Because there is no event function specified for SOCKET_EVENT_NEWDATA, all 
received data is spit back to the connection.  Otherwise, this example is 
completely silent.  

There are a number of things that you will PROBABLY want to add, this example
is not for that.  Please see simple.php for a more comprehensive example.  
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