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Associated article: Developing Peer-to-Peer Applications for the Internet

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Published source code accompanying the article by Louis Thomas, Sean Suchter, and Adam Rifkin which presents SimulEdit, a text editor that lets groups of people edit the same file at the same time. Enabling this application are generic network data objects (NDOs) which are shared among multiple processes communicating over a network. Also see INFONET.ZIP and NDO_SE.ZIP.

					Developing Peer-to-Peer Applications for the Internet
by Louis Thomas, Sean Suchter, Adam Rifkin


Listing One
Class SharedVar

import java.io.DataOutputStream;
import java.io.DataInputStream;
import java.io.IOException;

public class SharedInt extends SharedVar {
  int _data;
  SharedInt() {
    super();
    _data = 0;
  }
  public ...							
										
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