Re: How to send a uint8_t through a socket

James Kanze <>
Wed, 23 Jan 2008 04:41:29 -0800 (PST)
On Jan 23, 12:38 pm, Gerhard Fiedler <> wrote:

On 2008-01-23 00:58:37, Christopher wrote:

This post is OT here.


That's good stuff. Now all you have to do is consolidate your 4 posts
and start a thread on one of the other newsgroups I mentioned. I think
you missed the _T_ in the "post there" part of my original reply.

In regards to this:

cout <<((exam *)x)->b<<"\n";

If I am not mistaken this will cause b to be output as an ASCII
character rather than as a decimal value.

Is this really OT here?

No. Nor are some of the other issues with his code (like the
undefined padding the struct might contain). But his original
question was formulated in a way which would probably make it
seem system dependent.

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