The sample source code is no longer included in the faq. To get it, please download it from one of the unix-socket-faq www pages: http://www.ibrado.com/sock-faq http://kipper.york.ac.uk/~vic/sock-faq http://www.ntua.gr/sock-faq If you don't have web access, you can ftp it with ftpmail by following the following instructions. Please do not use the ftp server if you have access to the web, since computain.com is connected only by a 28.8 modem, and you'd be amazed how much traffic this faq generates. To get the sample source by mail, send mail to email@example.com, with no subject line and a body like this: reply <put your email address here> connect ftp.computain.com binary uuencode get pub/sockets/examples.tar.gz quit Save the reply as examples.uu, and type: % uudecode examples.uu % gunzip examples.tar.gz % tar xf examples.tar This will create a directory called socket-faq-examples which contains the sample code from this faq, plus a sample client and server for both tcp and udp. Note that this package requires the gnu unzip program to be installed on your system. It is very common, but if you don't have it you can get the source for it from: ftp://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu/gzip-1.2.4.tar If you don't have ftp access, you can obtain it in a way similar to obtaining the sample source. I'll leave the exact changes to the body of the message as an excersise for the reader.
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