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    Network programming

    I'm looking to establish connections via an IP and a port number. Could anyone link me to a good tutorial on network programming with C? I'm just looking for the basics, nothing in depth.

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    Re: Network programming

    Originally posted by AMDPwred
    I'm looking to establish connections via an IP and a port number. Could anyone link me to a good tutorial on network programming with C? I'm just looking for the basics, nothing in depth.
    In your last post, you asked how to print a string using printf, instead of its memory address...

    And now you want to do network programming? Does this strike anyone as odd?

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    I totally agree with quzah ..i saw AMD post the one quzah was talking about and AMD does not know the difference between %d and %s ?? well yeah know he knows
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    Oh well, with more people like AMD, I look so much better to an employer

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    Considering you guys don't know my history, don't judge me so fast. I'm just exploring C right now. Trying to do some of the same things I do in Java, with C.

    "Oh well, with more people like AMD, I look so much better to an employer."

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    I currently work in software development using Java technology. I hope that makes you feel better.

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    Originally posted by AMDPwred
    Considering you guys don't know my history, don't judge me so fast. I'm just exploring C right now. Trying to do some of the same things I do in Java, with C.

    "Oh well, with more people like AMD, I look so much better to an employer."

    :slap:

    I currently work in software development using Java technology. I hope that makes you feel better.
    The slap kind of hurt...

    I think the point everyoen was trying to make was that you seem to not be learning C in a way in wich the most knowledge coudl be obtained. That is to say, jumping from idea to idea is not an efficient means of taking in data. If you did learn java, then you would know that it is not advisable for your first java project to be a huge multitasking swing program with owner drawn gadgets and nifty network support.
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