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Old 08-30-2004, 01:23 PM   #1
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Q1) anybody knows how to use WSAEWOULDBLOCK/WSARcev/WSASend in unix language?


Q3) translate WSARecv(sock, &buf, bufCount, &RecvBytes, &Flags, NULL, NULL) in WINDOWS to UNIX?

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Old 08-30-2004, 08:06 PM   #2
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ummm... no offense but what the f.. is that? ..

next ill assume that hideous stuff is windows code (eeew, no wonder why i weep looking at it *weep*)

anyways, you'll get better response probably if you ask a mod to move this into the programing forum ... next how about tell us what that stuff is suppose to do? (ill assume its some networking code, in which case ill just say learn the gnu c lib i think? (also because i have no clue what it is supposed to do , sorry))
Old 08-30-2004, 08:42 PM   #3
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Originally posted by SciYro
[B]ummm... no offense but what the f.. is that? ..

next ill assume that hideous stuff is windows code (eeew, no wonder why i weep looking at it *weep*)

// Under Unix, the translation can be done by using strerror()

// Most sockets error codes span a contiguous region from WSAEWOULDBLOCK (+35) to WSAEREMOTE (+71). However,
// some other error codes are scattered around the place. For codes in the contiguous region, index
// a table; for codes which are scattered, search a table containing the codes and use the resulting
// index to index a table of the corresponding scattered messages.

-> google ?

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