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Java sockets I/O: blocking, non-blocking and asynchronous

Introduction

When describing I/O, the terms non-blocking and asynchronous are often used interchangeably, but there is a significant difference between them. In this article are described the theoretical and practical differences between non-blocking and asynchronous sockets I/O operations in Java.

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