Adventures in UNIX Network Applications Programmingby Bill Rieken, Lyle Weiman, Lyle Wieman
Written to help you with the ten percent of the network programming that consumes ninety percent of your time and causes most of your vexing problems, it teaches communications/network programing, including interprocess communicator, protocols, and process level application programming. Geared to the growing number of programmers in the UNIX workstation environment, it covers a variety of the most widely used protocols of OSI, TCP/IP, X.25, Berkeley Sockets, AT&T System V Streams and more. In addition, it develops the code for solutions to typical problems in network software programming and offers numerous practical and helpful examples.
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