alex at tweedly.org
Tue Nov 22 17:04:02 EST 2016
Yes, what Richard said :-)
Don't be misled by the dictionary - the socketID *may* start with an IP
address, but it doesn't need to - therefore you can simply
without an IP address, to close sockets you have 'accepted' on.
On 22/11/2016 21:52, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> Ralph DiMola wrote:
> > When one enables socket communication on the server side using
> > the form "accept [datagram] connections on port portNumber with
> > message callbackMessage", how do you stop accepting new connections?
> > The LC lesson show closing all open sockets but not how to prevent
> > new connections.
> After running "accept", check the openSockets. You should see one
> which has no IP address, and is just the port number you're listening
> on, e.g.:
> accept connections on port 4444 with message "foo"
> put the openSockets
> ..should yield:
> If you then close that you should be unable to receive further
> close socket 4444
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