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Can someone tell good tutorial for Network Programming in C++(Not VC++)

Hello,

Can someone tell a good Tutorial on Network Programming in C++, except Beej's Guide and Vijay Mukhi's tutorials.

I want to make a Client Server application in C++ which will involve huge amount of thread programming also, so I wanted a good tutorial which can give me good understanding of all the functions used for Network Programming using Standard C++ (and not using any Network Library other than Winsocks and those available in Linux) and also good knowledge of Thread programming.

Pawan
Feb 9 '07 #1
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Hello,

Can someone tell a good Tutorial on Network Programming in C++, except Beej's Guide and Vijay Mukhi's tutorials.

I want to make a Client Server application in C++ which will involve huge amount of thread programming also, so I wanted a good tutorial which can give me good understanding of all the functions used for Network Programming using Standard C++ (and not using any Network Library other than Winsocks and those available in Linux) and also good knowledge of Thread programming.

Pawan
A great way to start is by analysing this C++ Socket Class for Windows.
Feb 9 '07 #2
Thanks, I think this will help in understanding Winsocks in a proper manner. Could you also tell me some tutorials on Thread Programming in C++ (Again not in VC++).

Pawan
Feb 10 '07 #3

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