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i need an example of client server(in linux) written in C
for educational purposes
i need complete code
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Pls give more details what you want to do!
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by:natmak
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use 'socket example code' on Altavista

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i want to write server on linux using C language


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Send me an email or provide me with your address and I'll send you the code of client and server for TCP and UDP sockets.

my email is
jconde@securities.com.mx

bye

Jorge
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