By C.C. Ko, Ben M. Chen, Jianping Chen
Covers the transmission of real-time video and audio for net experimentation. offers designated descriptions of the way a number of the and software program structures might be seamlessly built-in for an entire net distant experimentation procedure. includes examples of genuine operating experiments which are presently working.
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This is necessary and important so that an object belonging to this class can be created anywhere in the program. When an object is created, its constructor is actually called. After the public keyword and the name of the constructor or class, the constructor’s arguments are specified in parentheses. When an imgButton object is created, these arguments must be supplied. For example, a new button may be created by using nButt = new imgButton(ButtUpName,ButtDownName,140,290); which will pass all four arguments to the constructor for processing.
If less than the requested number of bytes arrive, it reports a timeout error. CRLF Waits until a CR (carriage return) followed by an LF (line feed) have been received within the number of bytes requested or time runs out and then returns the bytes read up to and including the CR and LF or nothing. If a CR and LF are not found, it reports a timeout error. Immediate Waits until a byte is received or time runs out and then returns the number of bytes received so far. It reports a timeout error if no bytes have been received.
This VI requests a certain maximum number of bytes on the specified TCP connection and returns the resulting in data. This VI can be further specified as follows. x mode (standard) This specifies the behavior of the read operation. Four options are available: Standard Waits until all bytes requested have arrived or time runs out and then returns the number of bytes that have been received so far. If less than the requested number of bytes arrive, a timeout error is reported. Buffered Waits until all bytes requested have arrived or time runs out and then returns the number of bytes requested or none.