You're very special.
good job sir
Thank you very much dear man of knowledge and distributing it to the end of the earth. We are also your well wisher! God bless you!
this actually a very good series i watched quite a few and nearly every thing on here is very well done explanations are very accurate and clear
Thank to the Indian Authorities for making this beautiful video
Thank you sir the lecture was well delivered
Thank you for these useful information ^_^
Thanks very much sir.your lecture is very useful for my carrier
…thank you a lot
good one understud very well
perfect perfect perfect wish i had teachers like this
This is very good indeed.
best accent world LOL
@mkbmainpc Hey I was wondering do we need to do this Client-Server application on Unix…or can it be done on Windows XP? Let me know as soon as possible because I need to develop a chat messenger ( similar to yahoo)
awsome will help me pass my classes
this is java network programming simply explained. makes computers babies in my programming hole.
Thank you sir
This is a good way to explain how serversocket and socket work together. I have read some tutorials on the web but none of them was as clear pointed as this one in video format. Thank you!
well how do you know what ip address and port number to put when declaring a socket?
That's why you let the users decide the port they want in an configuration file.
They'll just use what's good for their router.
Very well done!
thank you sir, only such uploads make the YOUTUBE usefull…
Good tutorial… thanks
I regret why I the hell I found this video so late.Anyway jab jago tabhi savera..
really this lectures helped me a lot… #thank_you
You are a great lecturer. Thank you.
ohh i don't find the source codes, how can i get it?
There is one minor typo: In the Example 1 Slide, the line inside the try Method should say //Socket s = new Socket("10.5.18.213", 225); with a capitalized word "Socket" on both instances, otherwise the code wont compile. Hope this helps. Thanks.
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