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This example presents a way to use Guile to build a naive TCP client and TCP server.
One idea in this example implementation is, that you can define a protocol for the server and for the client separately, by specifying ...
... for each end.
The example defines a JSON display protocol, which simply displays any JSON received from the server and a JSON echo protocol for the server, which simply sends back whatever the server receives.
For a real application one can imagine all kind of things to be invoked from the handlers, which constitute a protocol.
This example does not deal with any complex logic implemented in the handlers.