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There seems to be no reference to this book on your web site. How ca I down;oad the code from it? No reference on APress either.

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Please check out this FAQ: http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=4112

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hey were is the book on network programming .net ? I would like to subscribe


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I followed all of the links, read as much in the directed area and look through the titled listings.

Why not give us a direct link to the exact page that the code resides.

I cannot find it; I performed an exhaustive search in the areas inwhich have been outlined.

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Unfortunately, Apress no longer supports the Wrox books they bought and we're not allowed to support them. I wish we could help but this is an Apress issue. Sorry.
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Thank you for your fast response.

Am I to understand that even if another publisher purchases a series from you, that you must remove all old content from your site? You are not allowed to support the title you put out? If this is true, it is a very poor solution and it only serves to hurt your customers.

I have found the book on Apress that is seems to be the next Ed of the title book. The chapter headings are almost exact. Perhaps the Code for that book will be similar or equivalent to help those that have the Wrox version.

Pro .NET 1.1 Network Programming, Second Edition
http://www.apress.com/book/view/1590593456

Again, it is a very poor solution leaving no way to get access to the code that was part of a product you did publish. You may want to consider that when selling off future titles in the interest of your customers and just being plain reasonable. Sure the title is old, but it contains subject matter that does not get updated often; it would seem that this part of the .NET Framework does not change often enough to warrant new books every year.

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Yes, unfortunately you understand right. It looks like for you and this book, their new edition may help you some and if so, we're happy for you.

When we bought Wrox, we originally attempted to support all the old Wrox books and then were prohibited from providing code for those books sold to Apress. You're right, it hasn't been the best solution for customers and if we could have done it differently, we would.
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HI I AM NEW IN THIS SO I DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT PRO. NET NETWORK PROGRAMMING SO I WANT TO KNOW ABOUT PRO. NET NETWORK PROGRAMMING I HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME BY REPLY PLEASE REPLY ME AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.



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