a question about socket objects
d-hanst at online.no
Wed Dec 22 21:38:05 CET 2004
I have a question:
How do I append a socket object into a list "manually" without appending the variable which the socket object is stored in, but just the socket object itself if I somehow know the address(pretend like)?
I dont "need" this in any way for my code, but I would like to know, for a better understanding of network programming
I know how to do it like
"socketobject, addr = sock.accept()".
Then append socketobject to that list
But if we just pretend like I know that the socketobject is <socket._socketobject object at 0x00D5A4E0>, how can I append this socket._socketobject to the list?
like list.append(<socket._socketobject object at 0x00D5A4E0>) ???
Thats what I want to know, not that I need it, but I'm curious to know how python handles/work with the socket objects in general
Any answer or explanation is greatly appreciated!
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