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NAME

       ost::SimpleTCPStream -

       Simple TCP Stream, to be used with Common C++ Library.

SYNOPSIS

       #include <socket.h>

       Inherits ost::Socket.

   Public Member Functions
       SimpleTCPStream (TCPSocket &server, size_t size=512)
           Create a TCP stream by accepting a connection from a bound TCP
           socket acting as a server.
       SimpleTCPStream (const IPV4Host &host, tpport_t port, size_t size=512)
           Create a TCP stream by connecting to a TCP socket (on a remote
           machine).
       SimpleTCPStream (const SimpleTCPStream &source)
           A copy constructor creates a new stream buffer.
       virtual ~SimpleTCPStream ()
           Flush and empty all buffers, and then remove the allocated buffers.
       bool isPending (Pending pend, timeout_t timeout=TIMEOUT_INF)
           Get the status of pending stream data.
       void flush ()
       ssize_t read (char *bytes, size_t length, timeout_t timeout=0)
           Read bytes into a buffer.
       ssize_t write (const char *bytes, size_t length, timeout_t timeout=0)
           Write bytes to buffer.
       ssize_t peek (char *bytes, size_t length, timeout_t timeout=0)
           Peek at the incoming data.

   Protected Member Functions
       SimpleTCPStream ()
           The constructor required for 'SimpleTCPStream', a more C++ style
           version of the SimpleTCPStream class.
       void endStream (void)
           Used to terminate the buffer space and cleanup the socket
           connection.
       void Connect (const IPV4Host &host, tpport_t port, size_t size)
           Create a TCP stream by connecting to a TCP socket (on a remote
           machine).

   Additional Inherited Members

Detailed Description

       Simple TCP Stream, to be used with Common C++ Library.

       This source is derived from a proposal made by Ville Vainio
       (vvainio@tp.spt.fi).

       Author:
           Mark S. Millard (msm@wizzer.com)

       Date:
           2002-08-15 Copyright (C) 2002 Wizzer Works.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

   ost::SimpleTCPStream::SimpleTCPStream () [protected]
       The constructor required for 'SimpleTCPStream', a more C++ style
       version of the SimpleTCPStream class.

   ost::SimpleTCPStream::SimpleTCPStream (TCPSocket &server, size_tsize = 512)
       Create a TCP stream by accepting a connection from a bound TCP socket
       acting as a server. This performs an 'accept' call.

       Parameters:
           server bound server tcp socket.
           size of streaming input and output buffers.

   ost::SimpleTCPStream::SimpleTCPStream (const IPV4Host &host, tpport_tport,
       size_tsize = 512)
       Create a TCP stream by connecting to a TCP socket (on a remote
       machine).

       Parameters:
           host address of remote TCP server.
           port number to connect.
           size of streaming input and output buffers.

   ost::SimpleTCPStream::SimpleTCPStream (const SimpleTCPStream &source)
       A copy constructor creates a new stream buffer.

       Parameters:
           source A reference to the SimpleTCPStream to copy.

   virtual ost::SimpleTCPStream::~SimpleTCPStream () [virtual]
       Flush and empty all buffers, and then remove the allocated buffers.

Member Function Documentation

   void ost::SimpleTCPStream::Connect (const IPV4Host &host, tpport_tport,
       size_tsize) [protected]
       Create a TCP stream by connecting to a TCP socket (on a remote
       machine).

       Parameters:
           host address of remote TCP server.
           port number to connect.
           size of streaming input and output buffers.

   void ost::SimpleTCPStream::endStream (void) [protected]
       Used to terminate the buffer space and cleanup the socket connection.
       This fucntion is called by the destructor.

   void ost::SimpleTCPStream::flush () [inline]
   bool ost::SimpleTCPStream::isPending (Pendingpend, timeout_ttimeout =
       TIMEOUT_INF) [virtual]
       Get the status of pending stream data. This method can be used to
       examine if input or output is waiting, or if an error or disconnect has
       occured on the stream. If a read buffer contains data then input is
       ready. If write buffer contains data, it is first flushed and then
       checked.

       Parameters:
           pend Flag indicating means to pend.
           timeout The length of time to wait.

       Reimplemented from ost::Socket.

   ssize_t ost::SimpleTCPStream::peek (char *bytes, size_tlength,
       timeout_ttimeout = 0)
       Peek at the incoming data. The data is copied into the buffer but is
       not removed from the input queue. The function then returns the number
       of bytes currently pending to receive.

       Parameters:
           bytes A pointer to buffer that will contain the bytes read.
           length The number of bytes to read (exactly).
           timeout Period to time out, in milleseconds.

       Returns:
           The number of bytes pending on the input queue, 0 on EOF.

   ssize_t ost::SimpleTCPStream::read (char *bytes, size_tlength,
       timeout_ttimeout = 0)
       Read bytes into a buffer. <long-description>

       Parameters:
           bytes A pointer to buffer that will contain the bytes read.
           length The number of bytes to read (exactly).
           timeout Period to time out, in milleseconds.

       Returns:
           The number of bytes actually read, 0 on EOF.

   ssize_t ost::SimpleTCPStream::write (const char *bytes, size_tlength,
       timeout_ttimeout = 0)
       Write bytes to buffer. <long-description>

       Parameters:
           bytes A pointer to a buffer containing the bytes to write.
           length The number of bytes to write (exactly).
           timeout Period to time out, in milleseconds.

       Returns:
           The number of bytes actually written.

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