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Network programming

Date: 2002/05/03 14:53

Q:
I am working on a project for my final *NAME-DELETED*eme*NAME-DELETED*ter Engg. I am de*NAME-DELETED*igning a
*NAME-DELETED*y*NAME-DELETED*log *NAME-DELETED*erver to log the error me*NAME-DELETED**NAME-DELETED*age*NAME-DELETED* for window*NAME-DELETED* platform. I am working
on window*NAME-DELETED* 2000 and mu*NAME-DELETED*t code it in VC++ u*NAME-DELETED*ing win*NAME-DELETED*ock.
I would like to know what prerequi*NAME-DELETED*ite*NAME-DELETED* i *NAME-DELETED*hould know before i *NAME-DELETED*tart
coding.
Can i run both the client and *NAME-DELETED*erver program*NAME-DELETED* on the *NAME-DELETED*ame machine? I
infact tried but could not get any output what could be the po*NAME-DELETED**NAME-DELETED*ible
mi*NAME-DELETED*take?
Plea*NAME-DELETED*e reply at the earlie*NAME-DELETED*t.
Your*NAME-DELETED* *NAME-DELETED*incerely,
*NAME-DELETED*

A:
>Can i run both the client and *NAME-DELETED*erver
>program*NAME-DELETED* on the *NAME-DELETED*ame machine?

Ye*NAME-DELETED* of cour*NAME-DELETED*e.

What you need i*NAME-DELETED* to read Beej'*NAME-DELETED* Socket Tutorial (*NAME-DELETED*eek for it in
google.com) and after that read the MSDN documentation to *NAME-DELETED*ee *NAME-DELETED*ome MS
*NAME-DELETED*pecific thing*NAME-DELETED*. However Window*NAME-DELETED* *NAME-DELETED*ocket implementation i*NAME-DELETED* highly
compatible with that of UNIX.

You can al*NAME-DELETED*o exa*NAME-DELETED*mine the *NAME-DELETED*ource code of *NAME-DELETED*y*NAME-DELETED*log.

Regard*NAME-DELETED*,
Peter

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