|Full Title||Adventures in UNIX network applications programming|
|Publisher||New York : J. Wiley, c1992.|
Bill Rieken |
|Overview||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. |
Written with the UNIX systems administrator and applications programmer in mind, this essential guide shows readers how to avoid annoying pitfalls and costly delays before they occur.
Platform-Specific Programming |
Operating Systems - Computer Networks
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