|Title||Unix Network Programming||Height||23 mm|
|Edition||1||Availability||Out Of Stock|
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Unix Network Programming
As networking software becomes increasingly important in todays world, a book that teachers programmers how to write and how better to use this technology has finally arrived. UNIX Network Programming is unique because it includes numerous case studies of real network applications, as well as approximately 15,000 lines of C source code, taken directly from their source files, to help further understanding of networking software. W. Richard Stevens provides a detailed tutorial on networking for those with a working knowledge of C and the UNIX system. Full descriptions are included for popular protocols, including, TCP/IP, XNS, SNA, NetBIOS, OSI, and UUCP. Following a detailed discussion of the transport layer interfaces, Berkeley sockets, and System V TLI, the author provides in-depth examinations of the following networking examples : Security Remote Command Execution Time and Data Servers Remote Login File Transfer Remote Tape Drive Access Line Printer Spoolers Remote Procedure Calls Targeted to meet the needs of todays software programmers, this book is an important and valuable reference for those interested in improving their networking software capabilities.