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SPX

(networking)

SPX

(application)
A graphics program for the Atari microcomputer.

ftp://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/computing/systems/atari/umich/Graphics/spx_v18.lzh.

SPX

(3)

spx

(filename extension)
The filename extension for Screen Peace eXtension files.

SPX

(Sequenced Packet EXchange) The transport layer protocol in the NetWare operating system. Similar to the TCP layer in TCP/IP, it ensures that the entire message arrives intact. SPX uses NetWare's IPX as its delivery mechanism. Application programs use SPX to provide client/server and peer-to-peer interaction between network nodes. See IPX.
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