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Network Programming in C/Book and Disk (Programming series) ePub download

by Barry Nance

  • Author: Barry Nance
  • ISBN: 0880225696
  • ISBN13: 978-0880225694
  • ePub: 1370 kb | FB2: 1787 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Programming
  • Publisher: Que (May 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 648
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 928
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Network Programming in C/Book and Disk (Programming series) ePub download

Two disks are included with the book. Strictly an IBM/Microsoft approach.

Two disks are included with the book. About half the book is a Hooked Interrupt function reference covering common services exposed by various NetBIOS, IPX/SPX drivers and terminate stay resident programs which act as system service handlers. Included are two . 5 inch, 360k Floppy Diskettes.

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This is substantially the same book as Network Programming in C/Book and Disk (Programming series). It also about twice as thick, but I think that is because of the weight of the paper because the page count is about the same. It is a wide and tall PaperBack book. I bought it mainly because of the era in which it was published and an interest I have in C Network programming that led to current practices. Chapter topics have not changed. Ch1 Network Basics (Radio Modems on a Wire) Ch2 MultiUser LAN Purposes (What good is it?)

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An advanced, code-intensive guide to programming design for local area networks. Includes ready-to-use applications with source code and customizing tips. Two disks are included with the book. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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Written in 1990.

This book comes from the dawn of network programming.

TCP/IP is only mentioned in passing as something on its way out "By Decree" of the Federal Government.. to be deprecated after August 1990 and replaced by an as yet undefined OSI compliant derivative. (History decided otherwise)

Ch1 Network Basics (Radio Modems on a Wire)
Ch2 MultiUser LAN Purposes (What good is it?)
Ch3 OSI model, IPX/SPX, NetBios and SMB
Ch4 DOS Programming
Ch5 NetBios Programming
Ch6 IPX/SPX Programming
Ch7 Frame Sniffing and Debugging
Ch8 Network Applications

Does a good job of describing how Ethernet and Token Ring worked, and the OSI layers. Then launched into a mission of describing what it could be used for and how on the DOS platform using the C programming language.

NetBios is presented as a general purpose Program to Program toolkit for creating futuristic high speed applications in a free form environment with the lowest level of access to the Frames transmitted and Adapter card drivers/services.

IPX/SPX is presented as an existing 'evolutionary' implementation of one of the layers of the OSI model, to be replaced or enhanced later, and shown to have its own NetBios layer for reusing some of the old patterns of programming over a new transport layer. Strictly a Novell approach.

SMB programming is not describe beyond explaining it as an enhancement to existing DOS local file access that can be elevated to a dedicated server status for serving files. Strictly an IBM/Microsoft approach.

About half the book is a Hooked Interrupt function reference covering common services exposed by various NetBIOS, IPX/SPX drivers and terminate stay resident programs which act as system service handlers.

Included are two 5.25 inch, 360k Floppy Diskettes

Que Item #1118

23 years later in 2013

I used a Floppy Drive Connected Controller with USB controller to read the contents of these 5.25 inch diskettes and make backup images. So they still exist.

Disk #1
readme.doc
netware (c code and headers for example programs)
source (asm code and c code for example programs)

Disk #2
readme.doc
exes (compiled example programs)
netware (compiled example programs)
Marilbine
I used this book for c programming language lecture.
When I have a coure, I indicate 10 reference books.
This is one of C programming language references.
Compiler and operating system are also referred.
Flas
The way Mr.Nance has presented the network concepts is simply superb.I also tried out some of concepts mentioned by him but I have a problem in it. I actually wanted to directly write a e-mail to Mr. Nance but I don't know is e-mail id. The problem is that my message gets routed only to those workstations whose network number is the same as that of mine,otherwise the system gets hanged. What may be the problem? (Actually all the values in registers,vaiables structures gets changed after calling getlocaltargetaddress function I found this problem when I was debbuging the program).
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