|| at Oct 12, 2013 at 7:56 pm
You're going to have to either ask more targeted questions about where
you're stuck, and/or post a valiant effort I think before more people will
be willing to help you on this list.
There are tons of client/server examples out on the internet - just search
for them (ex. golang tcp server client).
As a nudge(and, in case this shows up in a search result one day) , here's
the documentation for the net package which includes a full tcp listener
example - http://golang.org/pkg/net/
Here's some discussion AND code for unix sockets -http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2886719/unix-sockets-in-go
Good luck, and post back if you have any questions after you've given it a
On Saturday, October 12, 2013 3:10:16 PM UTC-4, Constantine Vasil wrote:
How to create unified client and server code working in:
1) same machine: Unix domain socket
2) different machines: tcp
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