Make it easy for learning groups to use simple networking in Python
address below refers to an IP:Port string eg “192.0.2.5:4567”
On computer (or process) A:
import networkzero as nw0 address = nw0.advertise("hello") while True: name = nw0.wait_for_message_from(address) nw0.send_reply_to(address, "Hello, %s" % name)
On computer (or process) B and C and D…:
import networkzero as nw0 server = nw0.discover("hello") reply = nw0.send_message_to(server, "World") print(reply) reply = nw0.send_message_to(server, "Tim") print(reply)
TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
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TODO: Brief introduction on what you do with files - including link to relevant help section.
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