Create a socket bound to an incoming connection.
UDPBind ( IPAddr, port )
|IPAddr||Internet Protocol dotted address(IpV4) as "126.96.36.199".|
|port||port on which the created socket will be bound.|
|Success:||an array : $aArray contains the real socket, $aArray contains the specified IP address and $aArray contains the port. We need this information in subsequent calls to UDPRecv(), where we pass this socket structure/array.|
|Failure:||Sets the @error flag to non-zero.|
|@error:||1 - IPAddr is incorrect.
2 - port is incorrect.
Windows API WSAGetError return value (see MSDN).
UDPCloseSocket, UDPOpen, UDPRecv, UDPSend
#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> Example() Func Example() UDPStartup() ; Start the UDP service. ; Register OnAutoItExit to be called when the script is closed. OnAutoItExitRegister("OnAutoItExit") ; Assign Local variables the loopback IP Address and the Port. Local $sIPAddress = "127.0.0.1" ; This IP Address only works for testing on your own computer. Local $iPort = 65532 ; Port used for the connection. ; Assign a Local variable the socket and bind to the IP Address and Port specified. Local $aSocket = UDPBind($sIPAddress, $iPort) ; If an error occurred display the error code and return False. If @error Then ; Someone is probably already binded on this IP Address and Port (script already running?). Local $iError = @error MsgBox(BitOR($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, $MB_ICONHAND), "", "Could not bind, Error code: " & $iError) Return False Else MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "", "Bind successful.") EndIf ; Close the Listening socket to allow afterward binds. ; While not closed, any other program can NOT bind to the same IP Address and Port. UDPCloseSocket($aSocket) EndFunc ;==>Example Func OnAutoItExit() UDPShutdown() ; Close the UDP service. EndFunc ;==>OnAutoItExit