Implement server and client program in C++. There are two clients, X and Y (both essentially identical) that will communicate with a server.

Implement server and client program in C++. There are two clients, X and

Y (both essentially identical) that will communicate with a server. Clients X and Y will each

open a TCP socket to your server and send a message to your server. The message contains the

name of the client followed by your name (e.g., “Client X: Alice”, “Client Y: Bob”).

The server will accept connections from both clients and after it has received messages from

both X and Y will print their messages and then send an acknowledgment back to your clients.

The acknowledgment from the server should contain the sequence in which the client messages

were received (“X: Alice received before Y: Bob”, or “Y: Bob received before X: Alice”). After

the server sends out this message it should output a message saying – “Sent acknowledgment to

both X and Y”. Your server can then terminate. Once your clients receive the message from the

server, they should print the message that they sent to the server, followed by the reply received

from the server.