Reading material for tomorrow's lecture
Tomorrow's lecture will be on Network Programming, i.e., how to apply our conceptual knowledge of IP and UDP/TCP in real client/server programs. We will not use lots of book material for this lecture, but instead focus on networking APIs offered by Python. If you want to prepare for the lecture, it is best to go over the following two online documentations:
More detailed information on Network Programming is in Steven's "UNIX® Network Programming Volume 1". Although this book is very detailed and helpful, it is written for C network programming, whereas our focus is Python programming (which is much easier!). More on that tomorrow.