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Datagram encoding help needed!
Joined: May 11, 2006
Jan 19, 2007 03:19:00
I am sending some request on ip and receiving it in Datagram packet.
DatagramPacket inPacket; DatagramSocket socket; ... //some other piece of code outPacket = new DatagramPacket(byteOut.toByteArray(),byteOut.size(),address, port); inPacket = new DatagramPacket(message,message.length); ... //some piece of code socket.receive(inPacket); ... //some code String received = new String(inPacket.getData(), 0);
Now, when i am debugging it using Eclipse 3.1. I can see square boxes when i put watch on "received". It is not displaying accurately.
I want to ask, is there some way thay we can set the "send" and "received" requeste encoding?
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