sockets -- basic udp client
steve at holdenweb.com
Sun Feb 17 10:03:29 CET 2008
Paul Rubin wrote:
> "rluse1 at gmail.com" <rluse1 at gmail.com> writes:
>> Historically, though, the ultimate authority on this kind of stuff is
>> Richard Stevens and his Unix and TCP/IP books
>> I recommend these books if you want to get into network programming.
> I keep wanting to get that book, but it gets older and older. Have
> things really not changed since it was written?
TCP is much like a funicular railway: it's been around long enough that
the basic engineering principles are known and the basic bugs have been
ironed out. Stevens is still an excellent reference.
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