Outputs the value of the last network data received on the accept socket.
It is best to call this procedure in your
receiveready callback code of your NETACCEPTON instruction.
If you don't, then the data is discarded the next time
receiveready is run.
FMSLogo does not guarantee that the remote machine that sent the data is friendly. It is therefore a good practice to make sure that the data looks correct before using it. For example, if you want to accept turtle commands from a remote machine, its bad to simply RUN all data that you receive, as the data could include a SHELL command that installs malware. Instead, your program should verify that the data it received is a well-formed turtle command before running it.
This example sets up both a client and server. The client (connector) sends data to the server (accepter).
NETSTARTUP ; Start up the network ; Wait for someone to connect to you on local port 5124 SHOW NETACCEPTON 5124  [PRINT NETACCEPTRECEIVEVALUE]true
; Connect to local machine on port 5124 ; If you want to run this portion on a different computer, then replace ; the "localhost with the name of the other computer. SHOW NETCONNECTON "localhost 5124 [PRINT [Ok to Send Again]] true
WAIT 100 ; Wait little for connection to establishOk to Send Again Ok to Send Again Ok to Send Again
SHOW NETCONNECTSENDVALUE [Hello thanks for taking my call] ; Send some datatrue
WAIT 100 ; Wait a little before we shut things downHello thanks for taking my call
NETCONNECTOFF NETACCEPTOFF NETSHUTDOWN