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TCL Socket with async

Posted by SaToNiO (SaToNiO), 7 May 2006
i have a socket with async and i want to know if the socket had been closed remotely.

how can i know it?

I have edited it to add TCL to topic

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 8 May 2006
I don't know, but I suspect that if you run a gets followed by an  fblocked on the channel, you will get:

0 return from fblocked if all is OK
1 return if the channel is open but there's not enough data available
an error if the channel is closed.

You can catch the error to prevent your program crashing - the catch action being whatever you need to do when the channel has been remotely closed.

Posted by SaToNiO (SaToNiO), 8 May 2006
thank you

Posted by SaToNiO (SaToNiO), 8 May 2006
eof $channelID worked!

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