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In this article, Rahul shows us how to create a client-server socket program in Perl and then demonstrates it by pinging the server.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Socket Programming in PERL
  2. Types of Sockets
  3. Client–Server Script in PERL
  4. PERL Makes Life Easy
  5. Conclusion
By: Rahul Chauhan
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February 18, 2003

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