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Java Network Q&A » UDP » DatagramPacket 

1. Java UDP DatagramPacket    stackoverflow.com

I have implemented, for study, an Echo server with UDP and datagrams but I have a terminology doubt. If to send a DatagramPacket I must connect to a server listen on a port ...

2. Additional bytes received by a DatagramPacket    stackoverflow.com

I have a problem that I see for the first time ever, I'm using java DatagramSocket (s) for sending and receiving data in my app. this is how I send the data:

byte[] ...

3. Why can I reuse DatagramPacket without resetting the length    stackoverflow.com

This came up while answering BufferedWriter only works the first time As far as I understand the Java Doc (and this is confirmed by many posts on the net) a DatagramPacket ...

4. Console Input to UDP DatagramPacket?    coderanch.com

I am new to this. I need to use the input from the console to make some programming decisions. Next I want to append some values to this console input. Finally, I want to turn it into a bytestream and make it part of the SendData in a UDP DatagramPacket. Below is my code to tokenize the console input. It compiles, ...

5. UDP DatagramPacket DatagramSocket send() receive() drop or buffer?    forums.oracle.com

I am working on an application that communicates with a piece of software (image processing) that only provides UDP. Hence I am using Datagrams. Here's my simple question. For DatagramSocket.send(DatagramPacket), what happens to the information if the application on the other end of this message is not calling DatagramSocket.receive(DatagramPacket)? I ask because I do not want to use every packet sent ...

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