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Re: Typing and paranoia

nagel s algorithm
Alaric B. Snell wrote,
> Ok, we're disagreeing on 'significant' - I meant 'useful', in that
> you can write clients for most standard TCP protocols with java.net
> having being told what TCP provides without knowing how it works. But
> I wouldn't write a production-grade Web server with just that, no :-)

Actually, I think even that's problematic. There are many protocols 
which can't be implemented well/correctly without knowing about nagel's 
algorithm, or the proper use of shutdownOutput/shutdown(fd, SHUT_WR) 
... HTTP for example.




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