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Troubles with Complex Data Structuresby madhatter (Sexton)
|on Jan 23, 2001 at 02:54 UTC||Need Help??|
madhatter has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I'm trying to get information from port 43030 and forward its contents to other IP:Ports. My problem is that the loop runs twice, but uses the first "forward to" IP and port both times.
I can receive data fine, and it forwards information (be it twice to the same IP/port, but my socket code _does_ work)
I don't usually mess with complex data structures because of problems like this. Once I get this worked out though, and I can loop through different layers, I think they'll come in handy.
Any help on how to get it to loop properly would be greatly appreciated. Note: I'm using extra variables to try to make things easier. ($tip = temporary IP) I realize the code sucks. I haven't cleaned it up yet.
Thanks for any help you could offer,