Bill Crews (email@example.com)
25 Jan 88 18:24:48 GMT
In article <In article <349@pvab.UUCP> In article <349@pvab.UUCP> robert@pvab.UUCP (Robert Claeson) writes:
>Is there anything that would make a program running on a System V
>Release 3 machine, using TLI, to communicate with a program running
>on a machine using Sockets?
Sockets and TLI are *interfaces*, not protocols. Socket-based and TLI-based
applications intercommunicate all the time with no problem. In fact, many OSes
on the Internet have neither sockets nor TLI and still intercommunicate.
-- Bill Crews Tandem Computers bc@halley.UUCP Austin, Texas ..!rutgers!im4u!halley!bc (512) 244-8350
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