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Thread: Somq Q's

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    Default Somq Q's

    Hi,


    1. Just to be sure, if I use serialization to send structure (with primitive variables) and send the structure to an application which was written in c++, then the other application (in c++) will have problem to read the data ? (because it expect for structure with known fields, and not for a new message (serialize message),
    am I write ?

    2. If I have a structure which I need to send (via UDP or TCP),
    what is the best way too send it ? (and the other side may not be java application) ?
    (I want a way which I have same function signature for sending and receiving (via UDP or TCP), How can I do it ?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Somq Q's

    Is this the same question as this other thread: Sending and Receiving Via Tcp And Udp
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.