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I would like to have a client server communication with RPC with following steps

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Next, follov.Ir the logic of RFC in the example to modify the code. After modification,
your programs should work as follows. I Run the server first The server should print a statement "The server is running." and
waits for the clients' connections. I The client asks the user to enter a string. [Instead of providing two integers as
arguments for RPC. the client calls a remote method in the server using the string
from the keyboard input as the argument] cu Ifa string "time" is entered. the server will send the current date and time to
the client and the client prints that o If another string other than 'tinle” is enteredI then the server will send the
capitalized version of the string the user just entered on the client side, to the
client for printing. cu Your client program should keep asking the user's input for a string unless an
empty string is entered [i.e., just press ENTER key without anything else].
When an empty string is entered, this client will close the connection with the
server. Finally. further modify your code to enable the server to support connections from
multiple clients. In other words, the server should concurrently handle multiple
clients’ connections and requests well. And of course. after a client is closed, the
server should keep running and be able to receive other clients' connections, unless
you manually shut down the server program. You must use RPC to exchange messages between the server and the clients.
Deliverables: For full credit, please demo your program and showr the result to the instructor. Please keep your source files for future programming
assignments.

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The objective of this programming assignment is for students to get familiar with RFC
and understand how to write programs in Client—Server model using RPC. Upon
completion, students will be able to use RPC to create communication between the
server and clients.

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