Re: Typing and paranoia
Alaric B. Snell wrote, > On Monday 09 December 2002 04:27, Paul Prescod wrote: > > Actually, you can't do significant development with TCP/IP without > > understanding how IP addresses and NAT work. > > Yeah you can! Particularly with the java.net APIs; you wrap your > hostname in an InetAddress object and then pass it to a socket > without really needing to know that it's been resolved to an IP > address underneath. Respectfully, I have to disagree. For _significant_ development with TCP/IP (ie. anything moderately robust and non-trivial), the java.net APIs are woefully inadequate ... hence the (now not so) new java.nio.* APIs. Cheers, Miles
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