SPUG: BSD Sockets and perl

mike mike206 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 11 13:35:01 PST 2006

the perl cookbook is very handy for this and should answer your questions
and give all the examples you need.


note the mispelling of 'oreilly' in the URL

On 1/11/06, Mike Schuh <schuh at farmdale.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Jan 2006, David S.Patterson wrote:
> >So you're saying either the client or server can read or write to each
> >other, blocking or non-blocking, with the same basic functions once the
> >connection is established?
> "client" and "server" merely indicate who called whom.  Think phone calls:
> the client calls the server but after that either may talk or both.
> Heck, neither could say anything - this could serve as an interesting way
> to monitor connectivity.
> --
> Mike Schuh -- Seattle, Washington USA
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