978-0-201-62278-2 / 9780201622782

Windows NT Network Programming: How to Survive in a 32-Bit Networking World


Publisher:Pearson Education



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Microsoft's Windows NT has been accepted enthusiastically as a robust and versatile operating system for high-end personal computers, offering particularly powerful networking capabilities. However, to use more than the most basic of these capabilities, you must master NT's networking features and programming principles, and that means you need Windows NT Network Programming. Windows NT Network Programming untangles NT's sophisticated and complex web of new technologies and networking standards. This book teaches you effective approaches for creating applications that run in networks consisting of Windows NT personal computers or mixes of PCs using NT and other Windows and non-Windows platforms. You'll learn, form a network programming perspective, basic Windows NT system architecture, and advanced programming techniques. This book also focuses on how you can build distributed Windows NT applications using the peer-to-peer networking APIs and standards Windows NT includes and supports, including: *Named Pipes *Windows Sockets *Remote Procedure Calls *NetBIOS *LAN Manager API for Windows NT *NetBEUI *TCP/IP *Novell's IPX/SPX.Window NT Network Programming features as an example program a complete and professional generic peer-to-peer networking API for Windows NT, which coordinates and streamlines the interaction between your networking applications and NT's various supported API sets. This generic API greatly simplifies application development. 0201622785B04062001

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