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pserver: Handle TCP socket server connections

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This class can be used to handle TCP socket server connections.

It can listen to connection requests to a given IP address and port.

The class handles connection events like connection requests, reading the request data and send the response data, by calling functions of the class for custom processing.

Sub-classes may extend the class to implement special handling of connection events for different types of server applications. Several examples are provided to demonstrate this ability.

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