open a port without going any changes in the Client-server socket programming! need

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    open a port without going any changes in the Client-server socket programming! need

    Hello Everyone,

    Kindly tell me that how can i open a port like 8888 without going any changes in the program? I have done Client-Server Socket programming using Microsoft Visual studio 2010.
    Any help will be appreciated.

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    assign a variable.

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    Huh? You want to open a port....what what? a program? If so, you have to change the program to do it. Since you are on windows I don't know how else to do it. On linux you can treat sockets like files and since everything is a file you can stream to a socket w/o a dedicated app. Its messy but possible. Your question sounds like you want a program (that you don't have the source to) to open a port...which sounds like malware to me. Even if you had a sane reason for doing this and could get it done on Windows. what use would it be? Without writing some code, just opening a port won't do anything.
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