TCP/IP Sockets in Java
Practical Guide for ProgrammersBy
- Kenneth Calvert
- Michael Donahoo
network programers, application developers, software engineers and computer science students studying networking
Published: October 2001
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
"TCP/IP Sockets in Java is a concise, no-fluff guide to low-level network programming in Java. Packed with example code, this book will be indispensable to anyone who wants to understand the finer points of using sockets in Java. Ken and Jeff are not only experts, but also are able to explain practical details clearly. Highly recommended!"
âKeith Edwards, Xerox PARC
"This guide is exactly what I needed for both my introductory and my advanced networking courses: an efficient and effective description of network programming using sockets in Java, that is also inexpensive enough to be a supplement for my other course materials. Additionally, one-third of this book goes far beyond the typical examples by providing a clear description of exactly how to send and receive data of various types."
âChris Edmondson-Yurkanan, The University of Texas at Austin