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Old 02-18-2007, 06:45 PM   #1
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BSD Sockets programming in C with examples


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BSD Sockets programming in C with examples

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BSD Sockets programming in C with examples - HOWTO
Author: Svetoslav P. Chukov <mhydra@users.sourceforge.net>, <hydra@nhydra.org>

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Table of contents

1. Introduction

2. Used parts of BSD Sockets API.
2.1 Functions list.
2.2 Structures and data types.

3. Programming steps in a simple examples.

3.1 Create the socket.
3.1.1 Network socket.
3.1.2 Local socket.

3.2 Initialize the socket structure and make a socket adress.
 
  


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