The Simple Sockets Library makes streaming sockets easy to use, and helps programmers avoid some common pitfalls (address in use, slow packet throughput, incomplete reads/writes, etc). Check it out!
The inline debugger is my favorite tool for figuring out how to fix software bugs. Most debuggers are external -- gdb, dbx, etc. They are superb at examining core dumps, but executing code a few lines at a time is tedious. My debugger allows one to select, at runtime, whether debugging is activated on a function by function basis and at programmer-specified detail levels.
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