Function SocketGetMessage() Professional
Retrieves a message from a socket.
SocketGetMessage( <nSocket> , ; @<nCommand>, ; @<cMessage> ) --> lSuccess
The function returns .T. (true) if the message is received successfully, otherwise .F. (false) is returned.
SocketGetMessage() is a "high-level" socket function that is used in conjunction with SocketPutMessage(). Both functions process a combination of a numeric value <nCommand> and a message string <cMessage> which represents the payload data of a message. The <nCommand> parameter can then be used to identify a function to process received data. The value of <nCommand> is user-defined.
For security reasons, the function SocketGetMessage() cannot handle messages larger than 32 MB. The function returns the value .F. (false) in this case. This restriction is applied since Xbase++ version 2.00.1580.
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