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Thursday, September 16, 2010

C.yber [LOCUS 2010 Project]

C.yber is a cyber managemnet System completely build in C programming Language for the IOE event LOCUS 2010 organized on Ashwin 1 and 2.

C.yber is a program which interconnects different computers which allows users to communicate over the computer network and provide security from unauthorized users by login system in client server.
The project aims at managing the cyber cafe with multiple clients and give the clients access of services that the cyber is providing when it log in. The clients can log in as members or guests and use the services that the cyber is providing. The client can request services of cafe like tea, coffee or any others.

System Block Diagram

basic operation

1. Report
2. Source codes 

base -2 team
Ashok Basnet
Aayush Shrestha
Bibek Subedi
Dinesh Subedi
IOE I/II Computer Engineering


  1. It was our pleasure to present such a software at LOCUS 2010 built in C to such a mass of people and was overwhelmed by the visitors response. Although the project may not be commercially feasible but its a basic level programming that interacts with socket. The project can be further extended but certainly has its own limitation in C.
    Will be great to hear ur responses.

  2. Yep a great project idea. Btw, I had also done file sharing client/server application which involved socket programming, mysql database, and multithreading concepts. So I think this sort of project in C is pretty fun to do and helps build up the base on socket programming. Nice work.

  3. @Samar Dhwoj Acharya
    Thanks for the comment. Actually several applications can be developed based on file sharing/networking easily with visual programming environment like VB, Visual C# etc. This project was a new test for me and frens to try C as a programming language for networking and I think had a little sucess with the socket handling,multithreading and GUI handling....