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am 26. November 1999
This book is extremely out of date, and has been superceded by the excellent Java Network Programming Second Edition, by Merlin Hughes, and published by Manning.
The author of this book, posted in an earlier review "However the cover of the Manning book has a big fish, and looks suspiciously like an O'Reilly book. Don't be fooled. The real O'Reilly book has a gyroscope on the cover.". I'd have to say to potential readers not to be fooled - buy the original (and now updated) Java Network Programming 2nd Ed.
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am 6. Februar 1999
Too many mistakes were made in this book.Not even basic explanation can be seen here.I have read this book 3 times and finally decide to change another book.This writer never takes the side of reader.He should have tested all code with JDK.
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am 22. Juli 2000
I had a couple years experience with Java, but knew nothing about network programming. I bought this book, and started writing fairly sophisticated network code (chat rooms, online games, web browsing software, etc.) by the time I was halfway through. I wouldn't recommend this book to Java beginners, but I would definitely recommend it to more experienced Java coders who are new to network programming. Since some readers have complained that this book is out of date, I would remind everyone that a new edition is due out in August of 2000. Don't be swayed by anyone who rates this book solely on the basis that it is outdated; just hold out for the second edition.
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am 4. Januar 1998
Unfortunately, that's all it is. This book does a great job of explaining this section of the jdk complete with useful and insightful examples. I learned how to use RMI, and the various URL classes painlessly.But when it comes to the existing limitations in the java classes (like non-existing content handlers for some types of data), Mr. Harold simply states that a limitation exists. He does not explain how to create new content handlers, for example. There is no direction or help given in overcoming these limitations. Treatment of Corba and/or COM would also be very useful in a book about Java network programming. Even with these caveats, if you are having trouble getting your head around the java.net classes, then this book does that very well. I haven't seen any other book that explains these classes in depth.
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am 7. Januar 1999
This book is a bit dated (it's pushing 2 old years now), but not outdated. By that I mean that the basics it covers are still the basics you need, even if the relevant protocols and technologies are constantly expanding. The prose is clear, concise, and instructive. All of the examples are complete (albeit short) working programs. I haven't tried them all, but I have yet to have one fail. This includes running under JDK versions 1.1.3, 1.1.5, 1.1.6, 1.1.7, and 1.2. If an updated version is ever published, I will buy it, too.
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am 28. August 1997
This books fills a niche in the Java book market. Personally, I've been waiting for Stevens to take his "UNIX Network Programming" book and port it to Java. Since that hasn't happened, I looked at this new book with
interest.

It does a good job of covering all the network basics and all the networking features of Java. It even includes current topics such as RMI and
the Server API. I'd recommend this book to anyone who has never done network programming before and is trying to.
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am 4. April 1998
This was my textbook for a UCSC Extension Java Network Programming class. Harold's approach is to bring someone new into the Java Networking world with ease and work up to some involved programming examples. The coding snippets were very useful, they actually ran and became my starting point in several of my homeworks. RMI has to be expanded more than what it has now. I learned my RMI through the instructor, Mukund Mohan, who was tops!
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am 10. Januar 1999
This is a good book about Java networking, but many of the methods have been deprecated by Java Version 1.1. Also, there are a few minor errors in the code that are correctable by debugging (this actually helped me to learn the topic more in depth - I've been e-mailing the corrections). I hope Mr. Harold comes out with a new release updated for JDK1.1 at least.
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am 29. März 1999
It's competent, though it is in need of updating. The main problem is that all the book does is go through the API, class by class, method by method. If you are an intermediate programmer you can just read the javadoc and get the same thing. I would have liked some advice on architecture, patterns, etc.
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am 25. November 1998
The author generously uses the methods deprecated in Jdk1.1 with a liberal assumption that Jdk1.0.2 is here to stay for a while. The best part is the book was published a while after Jdk1.1 was released. The publishers (O'Reilly) might consider changing the cover picture to a 'dinosaur'.
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