Steven Bellovin (ulysses!smb@ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU)
12 May 88 19:25:16 GMT
There's no comparison; the Davidson book is a fairly cursory overview (though
probably still valuable to a novice), while Comer treats stuff in depth.
Davidson's introduction describes the book as essentially a set of lecture
notes; that's a fairly accurate description.
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