Linux Socket Programming by Example - Warren Gay

< BACKCONTINUE >
159231153036212041242100244042145096184016146223183074028121223009001092203193099214032149108

What's Next

This chapter introduced you to the concept of a connection-oriented form of communication. The client program demonstrated that it must connect to its server before performing any I/O.

The next chapter will introduce you to the server's point of view and the different steps that it must perform. You'll also learn about two new important socket functions that you have yet to see in this book.

< BACKCONTINUE >