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    Default Java Network Programs

    Hello all,
    Recently I have searched to read about doing networking programming with Java, until now most of what I have been reading was Java Data Structures; Tree mostly.
    I was wondering if anyone know about any good Java networking programming books for a computer science major, please?

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    Default Re: Java Network Programs

    well, if you want to dig deep into the topic, its more about the sockets protocol than java perse, but learning java.net.socket is likely a good place to start.
    are you more concerned with learning the topics of network programming or the java implementation of it?

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    Default Re: Java Network Programs

    Also read about RMI (Remote Method Invocation); it's Java's form of the RPC (Remote Procedure Call) mechanism. Java also still supports plain old Corba, but I doubt it's still used ...

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    I want to dig as deep as I can into networking programming...
    I want to go as deep down the networking RABBIT HOLE as I can.. I have downloaded a lot of networking programming books on the net by most of them ask to compile the source code on the terminal, which for some reason my windows would do, so I have to do everything in IDE's.
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    Reading random packet info that is flowing through the web
    Doing a really advanced networking project with all the code including all of the data structures written my self..

    All this week I have been hitting road blocks :-(

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    Default Re: Java network programs

    Quote Originally Posted by sixxvirus View Post
    I want to dig as deep as I can into networking programming...
    I want to go as deep down the networking RABBIT HOLE as I can.. I have downloaded a lot of networking programming books on the net by most of them ask to compile the source code on the terminal, which for some reason my windows would do, so I have to do everything in IDE's.
    Check your path and learn to walk before you attempt to run.

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    Thank you all for your ideas about networking. :-)

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