sockets and Windows behavior
alex at tweedly.net
Fri Feb 11 18:17:51 CST 2005
Dar Scott wrote:
> UDP is connectionless, but is often handled as though it is a
> connection in sockets implementations and especially the view in
> Revolution. The same concepts apply roughly. (UDP is sort of a
> stepchild so folks don't worry about getting it right. Windows XP
> handles UDP errors poorly. Most Unix systems don't broadcast in a way
> consistent with the intent of UDP; I argue it is wrong.)
I'm curious what you're getting at here Dar.
AFAIK, UDP has no concept of broadcast, so I'm left wondering how it can
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