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> Received: (qmail 27237 invoked from network); 23 Oct 2000 23:06:34 -0000
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> Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2000 01:11:14 +0200
> From: Valentin <sslug@sslug>
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> Hejsa
>
> Er det muligt at overføre andet end et char array via en besked kø, eller eventuelt overføre
> flere char array's. Jeg har forsøgt at sende en struct der ser ud nogenlunde som følger, men
> det havde jeg ikke megen succes med:
>
> struct besked
> {
> long int type;
> char data [BUFSIZ]
> char data1 [BUFSIZ]
> char data2 [BUFSIZ]
> };
>
> kan man kun overføre ét char array eller hvad?
>
> Mads Hemmingsen



 
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