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Since Asembler language is machine architecture dependent how does TCP/IP work on all architectures?
I'm not seeing the connection to a topic of general PM interest, but it is usually implemented in a 3GL language of some kind such as C. Here is one example for Linux: http://lxr.linux.no/linux+v2.6.37/net/ipv4/tcp_ipv4.c
The implementation of the TCP/IP protocol is the responsability of each operating system. For example there's a Microsoft TCP/IP for Windows. Given Linux is open source, it may be your best bet for an open source TCP/IP stack.
Just as a clarification, assembly language is CPU dependent. It is likely that protocols, like TCP/IP, are implemented with a 3GL such as C.
Is this a PM-related question?
I agree with Kiron.
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