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Re: [avr-chat] TCP/IP : practical guide to implementing ? (LONG post...)

From: Juergen Harms
Subject: Re: [avr-chat] TCP/IP : practical guide to implementing ? (LONG post...)
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 08:50:38 +0200
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You might consider gaining some insight by doing practical programming exercises - for instance a very small client - server application using sockets, just obtaining a "hello" message from the server. If you look left and right while doing that and read the man-pages, it would provide you with solid knowledge about a series of important notions underlying IP. And I agree, talking about protocol-stack implementation without knowing about how applications use the implemented services is more than problematic - and a serious potential employer should be aware of this fact (although: will his HR officer?).

In case you have not much programming experience and risk to lose time fighting C, rather than writing an exercise program, you might try and find examples that you can study - google will certainly help to find such examples.


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