# # Book Reviews-Unix Network Programming
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Unix Network Programming

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© January 1997 Tony Lawrence

Amazon Order (or just read more about) Unix Network Programming from Amazon.com

I like Stevens writing. He's clear, he's careful, his examples make sense.

Although the title says Unix, most of this book would also apply to programming in a Microsoft environment, and since Unix would likely be a large part of what you are apt to be communicating with, this is a valuable resource for anyone doing network programming.

Stevens covers it all, from ping to printers and even remote access to tape drives.


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