YES, I know they already exist, and work fine, but I feel you just don't learn as much as you could by just accepting that they work. The real learning experience is learning HOW they work, and are designed. So, on that note, does anyone know where I can find resources on this? Even just the source code for them would do. Just something so I can read it and figure out how it ticks.
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Posted 10 October 2014 - 04:09 AM
The short answer is that the Java Runtime will call the underlying OS socket implementation to do the work. So HOW they work depends on the underlying OS and how it's libraries were written, generally in C.
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Posted 10 October 2014 - 04:25 AM
This is the Java sockets complete Oracle documentation
What exactly do you need? Spy on sockets?