david_news2000 <david_news2000> wrote:
dn> Any book recommendations for a beginner doing socket programming on
No such books exist. The Berkeley sockets interface doesn't vary
much from UNIXy operating system to UNIXy operating system. In fact,
they're so common that they're part of a standard:
That being said, IBM does have this doentation:
dn> I've seen rave reviews of the late Richard Stevens' books, but he seem
dn> to be writing for System 7 and Postix?
dn> Does it matter?
No, it shouldn't matter. You'll find little or no use for the TLI
section of his book, but the rest is handy.
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