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Multi-Sock #27583 02/06/03 03:50 AM
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I trying to do a check web pages than users (bots) puts in
a channel (eg. xxx pages)

I can check 1 or 2 pages but with diferents names for the
sockets (eg. Sock1 Sock2) and is limitated for 2 or more
but one code for Sock (for 5 socks use like 600 lines of code)

I read in the help than can use the wildcard * and i try to
use for a re-estructured mi source, but i have a problem
reading the name of the socket than is in sockopen

Can any do me a code ? I need :

var %last = last_connection
sockopen sock.%last %web.%last 80

Must check the last conection for sock.* and use it for
new connection

In the "on sockopen" need the number or sintaxis for read
correctly all then i can send than i need

I can send the vars but need how can returme the
name of the connection

Sorry but i'm from Mexico and my english isn't good

confused

Re: Multi-Sock #27584 02/06/03 06:50 AM
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Use $ticks .... (it's the number of milliseconds since your computer restarted) ....

Code:
var %socket $+(sock.,$ticks)
/sockopen %socket IP PORT
/sockmark %socket /filename.exe


as you can see this will make a socket with the name sock.NUMBER .... I used %variables cause $ticks is milliseconds and might change between the /sockopen and /sockmark ...

ok now the on sockopen
Code:
on *:sockopen:sock.*: {
     sockwrite -n $sockname GET $sock($sockname).mark HTTP/1.1
     sockwrite $sockname $crlf
}


$sockname is the socket that just connected ...

I hope you understand some of this....



(note: this sample doesn't really work, HTTP usually needs more parameters then just GET/POST)


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