Function SocketPutMessage() Professional
Sends a message to a remote socket.
SocketPutMessage( <nSocket> , ; <nCommand> , ; [<cMessage>] ) --> lSuccess
The function returns .T. (true) if the message is sent successfully, otherwise .F. (false) is returned.
SocketPutMessage() is a "high-level" socket function that is used in conjunction with SocketGetMessage(). 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 is used to identify the type of the sent message, or to call an appropriate function in the remote process which analyzes the message data. The value of <nCommand> is user-defined.
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