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File: reverse_it.php
Role: Example script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Example Plain Text Server
Class: SocketServer
Server to handle TCP requests
Author: By
Last change: Small Typo from Copypasta
Date: 4 years ago
Size: 1,798 bytes


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// This is PHP5 Code, by the way.

require_once("SocketServer.class.php"); // Include the Class File
$server = new SocketServer(null,31337); // Create a Server binding to the default IP address (null) and listen to port 31337 for connections
$server->max_clients = 10; // Allow no more than 10 people to connect at a time
$server->hook("CONNECT","handle_connect"); // Run handle_connect everytime someone connects
$server->hook("INPUT","handle_input"); // Run handle_input whenever text is sent to the server
$server->infinite_loop(); // Run Server Code Until Process is terminated.

     * All hooked functions are sent the parameters $server (The server class), $client (the connection), and $input (anything sent, if anything was sent)
     * You should save the variables $server and $client using an ampersand (&) to make sure they are references to the objects and not duplications.
function handle_connect(&$server,&$client,$input)
SocketServer::socket_write_smart($client->socket,"String? ",""); // Outputs 'String? ' without a Line Ending
$trim = trim($input); // Trim the input, Remove Line Endings and Extra Whitespace.

if(strtolower($trim) == "quit") // User Wants to quit the server
SocketServer::socket_write_smart($client->socket,"Oh... Goodbye..."); // Give the user a sad goodbye message, meany!
$server->disconnect($client->server_clients_index); // Disconnect this client.
return; // Ends the function

$output = strrev($trim); // Reverse the String
SocketServer::socket_write_smart($client->socket,$output); // Send the Client back the String
SocketServer::socket_write_smart($client->socket,"String? ",""); // Request Another String