write unsigned integer 32 bits to socket
alan.franzoni.blahblah at example.com.invalid
Mon Jul 28 10:02:42 CEST 2008
Michael Torrie was kind enough to say:
> Of course any time you send coherent numbers over the network, I highly
> recommend you use what's called network byte order. In C, you'd use the
> htonl() call, and then when pulling it off the wire on the other end
> you'd use ntohl(). If you don't then you will have problems when the
> endianness is different between the hosts. Standard convention (even in
> the MS word) is to use big-ending across the network. I'm sure python
> has some convention in the struct module for dealing with this.
Not in the struct module; such functions are available in the socket
module, and should be employed indeed.
Alan Franzoni <alan.franzoni.xyz at gmail.com>
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