Python Sockets Question

Maboroshi nobody at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 27 01:31:00 CEST 2004


Hey thanks man Ya I was using TCP at first, to be honest this project 
has changed so many times I will have to look further into those modules

Cheers

Andrew


Josiah Carlson wrote:
>>Hi I am building a simple chat program but I am running into problems 
>>interacting with more than one client I can send a message to a server 
>>and it can recieve it no problem but how do I get more than one client 
>>to see the messages as well so clients can talk to eachother basically 
>>how do I get the server to send the messages back so all the clients can 
>>see it
> 
> 
> Don't use UDP, use TCP.  TCP connections are persistant, so you can send
> information to all of your clients as necessary.
> 
> This will change your application, as it requires you to both read and
> write from sockets.  Check out the asyncore module, or perhaps even
> asynchat (which is 95% of a chat server already).
> 
>  - Josiah
> 



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