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Java: Client/Server Demo Programmes ?

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Has anyone got two Demo programs that
would help me understand the Client Server
relationship in Java ?

Or at least get some code working ?

Ta

Malcolm

 - working on SGI -
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You will find good examples in the book "Thinking in Java", the examples are very well explained how they work, so I think it is just what you are looking for.
You will find the online version of the book from <http://www.EckelObjects.com> (you will also need Acrobate Reader). Search for JabberClient and JabberServer in the book and you will find a simple client applet and a server application.

           -Tom
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