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I presume you mean you changed the server code to include:
for(my $i=0; $i <= 10; $i++) { print $new_sock "$i\n"; }
Within the while loop instead of the
my $msg = <$new_sock>; print "client said '$msg'\n";
I have tried this and all seems to work fine. Can you confirm a few more details regarding what you are doing and on what platform.
Taa Update As tilly pointed out, in CB, it is a good idea to get out of the habit of using C style for loops use for my (1..10) {stuff}. Tiss neater and nice and clear. Not directly relevent but very good advice all the same. Cheers Tilly


In reply to Re: (Zigster) Newline Character and Socket Comms by zigster
in thread Newline Character and Socket Comms by Ducati

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