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C++ Boost Asio Introduction Tutorial

In the C++ Boost.ASIO library, ASIO stands for asynchronous input/output. This library allows asynchronous processing of data. Asynchronous means that a program doesn’t have to wait for completion of an operation to start a new one. It can execute more than one operations concurrently.

Building Boost 1.58 with Visual Studio 2015

If you try to build Boost 1.58 with Visual Studio 2015, you’ll get this error “Unknown compiler version - please run the configure tests and report the results” when building, do this.

Boost::format string examples

Once boost::format object has been created with a format string and given arguments, there are two ways of getting a std::string (or std::wstring) from it. One is with boost::str() and the other way is with str() member method.