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Programming Windows® Embedded CE 6.0 Developer Reference, 4th Edition by Douglas Boling

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Chapter 13. Windows CE Networking

Networks are at the heart of modern computer systems. Over the years, Microsoft Windows has supported a variety of networks and networking APIs. The evolving nature of networking APIs, along with the need to keep systems backward compatible, have resulted in a huge array of overlapping functions and parallel APIs. As in many places in Windows CE, the networking API is a subset of the vast array of networking functions supported under the desktop versions of Windows. This chapter covers the networking from two perspectives: first, the Windows Networking API that supports basic network connections so that a Windows CE device can access disks and printers on a network; then TCP/IP networking through a presentation ...

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