sholden at holdenweb.com
Mon Sep 18 18:39:58 CEST 2000
izam96 at hotmail.com wrote:
> i have writing a simple python code that run as a server that using
> socket module. I would like to connect to the server from 2 or more
> client (multithread) so it can send data to the server and the server
> can respond back.I'm getting trouble to to that because when the
> first client had connected to the server the second client cannot
> send any information to the server and also cannot get respond from
> the server.
Did you use the socketserver library? In general, once a socket has an
active connection you need to run an active thread with that while some
other thread waits for new connections at the same address.
Don't forget a socket has two ends, and once those two ends are connected
nothing else can "break in" on the conversation.
> Is there any chat software(server/client) written in python??? or any
> example on socket programmming.
Take a look at the socketserver, SimpleHTTPserver and other library modules.
(although I seem to remember SimpleHTTPServer isn't programmed to handle
multiple concurrent service requests, it does at least discuss what you'd
need to do in practice).
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