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Linux Socket Programming

By Example

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Publisher:Que Publishing
Categories: Que , By Example
Author:
Edition:1
ISBN-10:0789722410
ISBN-13:9780789722416
Pages:576
Published:
Posted:Jun 30 2016
Language:English
Book format:PDF
Book size:3.92 MB

Book Description:

Linux Socket Programming by Example begins with a very basic introduction to the fundamentals of socket level programming. As the chapters progress, you are introduced to related concepts, such as forming network addresses, the TCP/IP protocol suite and options, writing servers, and creating secure applications. You will also learn about socket fundamentals, domains and addresses, address conversion functions, socket types and protocols, Internet sockets, types and protocols, binding an address to a socket, using Datagram oriented protocols, and much more.

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