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Newbie question on trying to create multiple sockets (connections) to same port

 
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In the code below, I establish the first connection without issue however, when I come back around in my while statement (highlighted in BOLD RED below) at the newSocket = serverSocket.accept(); line my program stops there. The objective is to allow multiple connections to one PORT. I'm in the middle of re-factoring an inherited application that has been working but only allowing one connection to one port at a time. This is my first crack at socket programming and any suggestions/direction would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Here is the code that I'm working with:

 
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