grante at visi.com
Fri Oct 12 05:35:04 CEST 2001
On Thu, 11 Oct 2001 16:28:25 GMT, Joseph A Knapka <jknapka at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> My problem is : what i put in ???????????????
>> Some people told me to use a delimeter betwen the 2 strings.
>> But how can i use it? How to decode the whole string ?
>There are a couple of approaches you could take. The
>first would be to use a delimiter, and continue to
>read until you see the delimiter, saving any additional
>data for further reads:
>delim = '!'
Choosing a delimiter is tricky, since it means that character
is no longer allowed to appear in any strings. The most often
chosen options would be LF, CR/LF, or whitespace. If you use
LF or CR/LF, then you can just call readline() and get the next
When designing an application protocol to run on top of TCP, it
can be very handy to keep it in readable ASCII with CR/LF
delimited lines (e.g. SMTP, IMAP, POP, NNTP, ...)
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