The Definitive Guide to Linux Network Programming (Expert's Voice)

The Definitive Guide to Linux Network Programming (Expert's Voice)

English | August 4, 2004 | ISBN: 1590593227 | 400 Pages | PDF | 3.61 MB

* Clear and abundant examples, using real-world code, written by three experienced developers who write networking code for a living.
* Describes how to build clients and servers, explains how TCP, UDP, and IP work, and shows how to debug networking applications via packet sniffing and deconstruction.
* Well suited for Windows developer looking to expand to Linux, or for the proficient Linux developer looking to incorporate client-server programming into their application.


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