Socket Programming in C#
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Published: 24 Jan 2008
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Abstract
In this article, Joydip demonstrates the working of socket programming in C#. He starts with a brief introduction of sockets and ports and examines the differences between synchronous and asynchronous Communication. You will then learn how to work with System.Net and System.Net.Sockets namespaces along with the implementation of a simple client-server application. The article is well supported by relevant source codes and its corresponding output in screenshots.
by Joydip Kanjilal
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Introduction

A Computer Network implies two or more computers linked together through some software or hardware for the purpose of exchanging data and information. Microsoft .NET provides excellent support for writing programs that can make use of sockets for communication between two or more programs over a network. We will learn more about sockets and ports as we progress through the sections that follow. This article discusses how we can work with Sockets in .NET for writing programs that can communicate over a network. Note that the code examples provided in this article are in C#.


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