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Re: Communication between seperate scripts

by Anonymous Monk
on Apr 06, 2004 at 08:48 UTC ( #342873=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Communication between seperate scripts

What is wrong with using networking? If you use a TCP connection for example, a client can connect from either another computer on the internet and/or from the same computer. So in the case where it needs to run standalone, you can run both the client and server on the same machine and simply have the client connect to (on the server port). In a networking situation, you just have your client machine connect to the server machine...

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Re: Re: Communication between seperate scripts
by Jouke (Curate) on Apr 06, 2004 at 08:50 UTC
    If I'm not mistaking, Windows 98 will try to start Dialup networking when you're trying to connect to any IP address, even localhost...

    Jouke Visser, Perl 'Adept'
    Using Perl to help the disabled: pVoice and pStory
      No-no, you are mistaken. Try it :)
        You're both correct. In some early versions of IE (or 3rd party dialers), if you tried to access say http://localhost, it would attempt to dial if a network connection wasn't already available. I think it was in IE 5 or so where this was corrected. Note that this only affected the nntp, pop(2|3), smtp, http, https, gopher 'protocols'.

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