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tipc_overview.txt, for more information on TIPC Address Structures. Options is currently unused.
A simple example to send a connectionless TIPC datagram is:
send(Message) :- tipc_socket(S, dgram), tipc_send(S, Message, name(18888, 10,0), ), tipc_close_socket(S).
Messages are delivered silently unless some form of congestion was
encountered and the
dest_droppable(false) option was issued
on the sender's socket. In this case, the send succeeds but a
notification in the form of an empty message is returned to the sender
from the receiver, indicating some kind of delivery failure. The port-id
of the receiver is returned in congestion conditions. A
is returned if the destination address was invalid. Senders and
receivers should beware of this possibility.