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"Java Network Programming, 2nd Edition"

by Merlin Hughes, Michael Shoffner, Derek Hamner, and Maria Winslow

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Book Description
A complete treatment of network programming and cryptography in Java.

From the Back Cover
The first edition of this book was acclaimed by readers as an outstanding networking reference (see last page inside). It provided complete details of the Java platform's support for networking and I/O with extensive API coverage and sophisticated examples.

With over 300 new pages, this second edition is further strengthened with complete coverage of Java 2 and new material on custom URL-related factories, Java I/O, RMI, Servlets and CORBA. To make room for this new material, first-edition sections on Java cryptography have been omitted. Java Network Programming goes will beyond simple examples to show how to develop robust, efficient real-world applications.

What's Inside

* Introduction to networking and Internet protocols

* Complete coverage of the Java networking and I/O APIs

* Details of multithreading and exception handling

* Byte, character, object and message streams

* IP, TCP, UDP, Multicast, HTTP, DNS, RMI, CORBA and Servlets

* Finger, DNS, HTTP and Ping clients and servers

* Multiprotocol chat systems and whiteboards

About the Author
Merlin Hughes has extensive research and industry experience in cryptography, networking and distributed systems. Michael Shoffner is an expert in networking, distributed systems and OO design. Derek Hamner specializes in collaborative systems and network programming. All three are extensively published, and are regular contributors to JavaWorld and java.sun.com.



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