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[java] More NIO headaches

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You know, the prefered method is to leave the original post and then post what the solution was. That way might help other people in the future...

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Ok. Here's the gist of what I posted.

Basically I wanted to know why the Selector was getting bombarded with read events when a client disconnected. Then I RTFM and realised that it's supposed to happen and SocketChannel.read() returns -1 upon disconnection. If I left this post here, I would have probably been told to RTFM. At least that's what I've seen in other forums. Maybe GD.net is friendlier though...

Sorry to deprive you of my trivial problem/solution. As you can see I've got other problems/solutions floating around here that are much more interesting. I'd rather not clutter the forum with trivial things. Like I said, I tried to delete it almost straight away, but it didn't work.

*** Perhaps the moderator could delete this entire thread as it's getting a bit off-topic. ***

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