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Can write write C code for socket programming? If yes how?

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by:jhance
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Yes, you certainly can.

Obviously you know nothing about sockets programming at this point.  How about your start at your local bookstore or library and get a basic network programming text?
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babashri earned 20 total points
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Dear soumyas,

i think you can go through the book -> Networking , by tenenbaum.
Some sort of knowledge in networking will help you to know some concepts of sockets,
i think you know C, so first understand the concepts of Sockets , the concepts will certainly lead you to write the C code for it yourself.

Hope this may help you .
 
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