C H A P T E R  10


Basic Packet Interaction and Operations

Interaction with the Packet through Unique-to-packetC Capabilities

The packet can be seen as either one of the simplest data elements in the language or one of the most complex, and hopefully both in a good way. In its simplest form, the packet is an array of bytes, as defined in cloudshield.ph, it simply looks similar to the statement below:

//============================================================================== //  Packet Type // //  Each system may have a slightly different constraint on the buffer for each //  packet.  The typedef below defines the $PACKET for the system. ...

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