Re: Daniel Kopeke.. Argument interpreter implemented.

From: Daniel Koepke (dkoepke@CALIFORNIA.COM)
Date: 08/07/97

On Wed, 6 Aug 1997, Darklord wrote:

-+  Thanks for taking the time to read this..  Sorry for the global message
-+but i forgot your email address.

<shrug> The socket handling book question might be universal.  Personally,
I don't read many books on coding (not even the ones I purchase :), but if
you do want a book for coding sockets, W. Richard Stevens has perhaps the
best one out there in _UNIX_Network_Programming_.  Everything you could ever
want and much more.  Of course, at the Barnes & Nobles in "Bezerkly" (that
is the local name for "Berkeley" for the uninitiated), the book cost $59.00.
Aside from the price, the book is well written and covers a wide variety of
things.  Of particular interest would be Chapter 6, starting on pg. 258.

I just thought some others might find this interesting, although it doesn't
have a lot to do with Circle (sorry, Alex).

Daniel Koepke -:- -:-  [Shadowlord/Nether]
Dance in the darkness, bleeding rage, crying with inhumanity, and
kindle the flames of passion, cold inferno of the shadow creeping

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