Re: High-level network programming: is C language suitable for that?

Discussion in 'C Programming' started by Heinrich Wolf, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. "pozz" <> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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    > I'll start a new application in a short time and I'm wondering if C
    > language is good enough for that.
    >
    > The application will be simple: it should implement some TCP/UDP protocols
    > (like TFTP, BOOTP,...) with a simple GUI. It will run on Windows
    > platforms, but the possibility to run it on Linux would be nice.
    >
    > Is C language suitable for this kind of applications? Which kind of
    > cross-platform libraries should I use to manage IP protocols and simple
    > GUIs? Could python or other high-level (script) languages be a better
    > choice?


    Hi,

    C is definitely suitable enough for network programming. In my profession I
    created several networking daemon applications using K&R C on Unix / Linux.

    Heiner
    Heinrich Wolf, Apr 26, 2012
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