Building XML-RPC Clients in C
XML-RPC is a useful protocol for building cross-platform, client-server applications. Often XML-RPC is demonstrated with high-level interpreted languages like Perl and Python. In this article, Eric Kidd's XML-RPC C library is used to build a simple, yet powerful debugging client. Special care is taken to bring programmers with rusty C-hacking skills up to speed.
In case any of you C coders, ummm like arcterex, out there get a hunkering to try a little XML-RPC.

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