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thui: Winsock book followup question

Posted on 1998-12-07
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you mentioned a book "teach yourself Winsock in 21 days"
that sounds like a Macmillan/Sam's book but they said they
don't publish it (if I can believe whomever answers
their e-mail).  Several other book searches couldn't
locate it.  I did find references to other books but I was
curious if that book does exist - if you have it could you
list the ISBN # please.
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Sorry, the exact title is Programming WinSock by Arthur Dumas. ISBN is 0-672-30594-1.
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thanks again.
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