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Resources for Linux TCP/IP programming in C++

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I just want to quickly ask if someone could direct me to some tutorials and stuff dealing with TCP/IP programming in C++ in Linux. Thanks.

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try the man pages. typing 'man socket' should get you started, expecially if you check out the see also section at the bottom.
for protocol related, you can check out 'man tcp' and 'man udp'

Also, try the winsock 2 for games article here on gamedev for any other questions - winsock is pretty much identical to socket programming in linux.


saai

Edited by - saai on June 23, 2000 11:09:02 AM

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The best resource for TCP/IP programming is TCP/IP Illustrated by Stevens (VOlume I covers protocols, Volume II covers socket programming in C).


Mark Collins (aka Nurgle)
me@thisisnurgle.org.uk

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Or of course getting the late Mr. Steven''s Advance Programming in the UNIX environment also has lots of stuff on socket and IPC programming stuff.

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