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How to set up a client-server application ?

 
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I wanna to creat a client-server application and need to transfer various kinds of information between C-S(ie,Client-Server),these information includes identity validation, talking and some others : And my question is : Can i declare numbers of inputstreams and outputstreams in a single socket connection just like " new data input stream( socket.getinput stream() )"?If yes , How can i do that ? If no , does that means i should create numbers of input(output)streams for each kinds of information using numbers of socket connection ? Tks in advance for your kindly help .
 
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new data input stream( socket.getinput stream() )


No. That would just create a new input stream object that references the socket's single input stream. It would be best if you walk through the Java Tutorial: Custom Networking to get a better sense as to what's going on behind the scenes. It would be a good idea to look at the Java Tutorial: IO as well.
 
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