The TUN/TAP interface under Linux provides user space access to Transport (Ethernet) or Network Layer (IP) traffic by allowing a developer to create a “virtual” interface that can be openend in user space as a file descriptor.
What are the differences and when should I use one or the other?
The venerable C switch statement keeps showing up in other languages presumably because the people who write new languages are familiar with C and don’t really think about it.
I’ve been playing around with some scripting languages recently so I thought I’d do a small example in a few different languages for laughs.
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