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    This module illustrates the Win32 Winsock and Mailslot APIs to do a generic 
	broadcast over IPX, UDP and Mailslot protocols. 
 
    This example implements a client and a server. The example has a number 
	command line options. For example, 
 
    -s To run the example as a server(default role). 
	 
    -c To run the example as a client. 
    
	-p <i or m or u> To specify the protocol to be used. 
	 i - IPX. 
	 m - Mailslots. 
	 u - UDP(default protocol). 
	 
    -e <Endpoint> To specify an end point of your choice. This is a mandatory 
	parameter. Servers create this endpoint and read broadcast messages. An  
	endpoint in case Mailslot protocol is a Mailslot name.(default is 5005).  
	 
    -d <DomainName> - To specify a domain name or a workgroup name. This is  
	useful for Mailslot clients, only. 
 
	To run the application as a server, the following command lines can be  
	specified: 
     
	bcast -s -e 8000 -p u 
	bcast -s -e 8000 -p i 
	bcast -s -e MAILSLOT1 -p m 
 
	To run the application as a client, the following command lines can be 
	specified: 
	 
	bcast -c -e 8000 -p u 
	bcast -c -e 8000 -p i 
	bcast -c -e MAILSLOT1 -p m -d DOMAIN1 
	bcast -c -e MAILSLOT1 -p m -d WORKGROUP1