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Win32 Network Programming: Windows(R) 95 and…

Win32 Network Programming: Windows(R) 95 and Windows NT Network… (edition 1996)

by Ralph Davis

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Title:Win32 Network Programming: Windows(R) 95 and Windows NT Network Programming Using MFC
Authors:Ralph Davis
Info:Addison-Wesley Professional (1996), Edition: Pap/Dsk, Paperback, 820 pages
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Win32 Network Programming: Windows(R) 95 and Windows NT Network Programming Using MFC by Ralph Davis



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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0201489309, Paperback)

WindowsA (R) 95 and Windows NTaA A coexist in many networked environments, and the two operating systems share a common networking API. However, there are some important differences in their capabilities and implementation. Win32A (R) Network Programming shows programmers how to build networked applications that leverage 32-bit features and functionality, covering both Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0. From an industry veteran and a leading authority on network programming, the comprehensive coverage of Windows networking in this book includes: *strategies for building successful applications *discussion of overlapped I/O, I/O completion ports, Windows Sockets (including Winsock 2), the Service Registration API, the Win32 Security API, RPC, and Named Pipes *how to apply the Microsoft Foundation Classes and object-oriented programming principles to Win32 network programming and use them to hide the differences between Windows NT and Windows 95 Included on the disk are code examples from the book: a C++/MFC class library that extends MFC to support overlapped I/O, I/O completion ports, Windows Sockets 2, the Windows Sockets Service Registration API, and related functionality.0 201489309B04062001

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