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  1. Hi, I am new to AutoIT scripting and I am still learning. I am trying to communicate with a Labview application that acts like a server. it basically takes commands from the client. But for some commands, it also send back some data. When i am sending commands from my script, i can see that the labview is getting them. But i am not able to get anything back. I tried different code pieces that are available online in the forum. This is the working piece of code which i been using to send data. #cs This module is used to establish tcp connection with lab view #ce #inclu
  2. Hello everybody, I'm making an program witch reads packets from server/client, first of all it reads size of the packet(it may be 1-5 bytes in size), and then reads what's left. Problem: TCPRecv($socket,1,1) tooks really long to receive 1 byte, most of the time 100ms! You can see packets here and how much time it took to read size of them(1-5 bytes, all of them are 1 byte in size): 0xAA63 (99.8802703210873ms) 0x53 (99.8829718030123ms) 0x2B (99.7435753356861ms) 0x4E (100.176352740059ms) I want to interrupt sometimes server or client, send packets, but I cannot send packets if s
  3. I am trying to listen to a connection over telnet... I can send data, but I am having trouble finding a solution to receiving a response. Here is what I am working on: #include <GUIConstants.au3> #include <ButtonConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <ListViewConstants.au3> #include <ProgressConstants.au3> #include <StaticConstants.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #include <Array.au3> #include <File.au3> #include <GuiListView.au3> #include <EditConstants.au3> HotKeySet("{INSERT}", "_easteregg") HotKeySet("{
  4. I downloaded FF.au3 , installed MozRepl, started it, put 4242 as port in it, then when Im trying to run this simple script : #include "FF.au3" _FFConnect(default,Default,6000) _FFWindowOpen("http://www.youtube.com", True, True) The thing is, it actually works, but it is still gives me a very annoying error : What can do ?
  5. Hello, I've done some testing and I've noticed that TCPRecv is slow, but it's almost exactly 1ms each time it's called if the socket is a valid socket and not a dead socket...So this got me thinking about the line in the help file about TCPRecv idling the CPU, presumably to allow people to call it continuously inside an extremely tight loop without running the CPU usage up too bad. I've been making a chat client/server (which I won't bother posting since it seems just about everyone has made those, it would just be another fish in the sea) and I always wondered why in my stress-testing, it wou
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