The Question is:
TCPIP is a stream oriented protocol according to the documentation. What are
the conditions, if any, under which it is safe to assume record oriented
behavior e.g. the conditions under which recv() and send() will go
hand-in-hand. Such that the next recv(
) returns only all the bytes that were sent in the next send()? My guess is
that it depends on the size of the records sent (less than 1500? 64K?), the
pause between calls to send() (relative to the time TCPIP waits to coalesce
packets) and maybe also the
network (LAN/WAN and equipment). If so what are the specifics, if any?
Thank you very much.
The Answer is :
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