Simple TCP/IP Client DLL Code

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If you are using C#, this is the code you need for a C# class library.
 
If you are using C#, this is the code you need for a C# class library.
 
Once compiled into a DLL using C#, just place the DLL into your Assets/Plugins folder the follow the code for the Unity script.
 
Once compiled into a DLL using C#, just place the DLL into your Assets/Plugins folder the follow the code for the Unity script.

Revision as of 14:44, 15 June 2007

If you are using C#, this is the code you need for a C# class library. Once compiled into a DLL using C#, just place the DLL into your Assets/Plugins folder the follow the code for the Unity script.

<c> // This is the client DLL class code to use for the sockServer // include this DLL in your Plugins folder under Assets // using it is very simple // Look at LinkSyncSCR.cs


using System; using System.IO; using System.Net.Sockets; using System.Text; using System.Collections;

namespace SharpConnect { public class Connector { const int READ_BUFFER_SIZE = 255; const int PORT_NUM = 10000; private TcpClient client; private byte[] readBuffer = new byte[READ_BUFFER_SIZE]; public ArrayList lstUsers=new ArrayList(); public string strMessage=string.Empty; public string res=String.Empty; private string pUserName;

public Connector(){}

public string fnConnectResult(string sNetIP, int iPORT_NUM,string sUserName) { try { pUserName=sUserName; // The TcpClient is a subclass of Socket, providing higher level // functionality like streaming. client = new TcpClient(sNetIP, PORT_NUM); // Start an asynchronous read invoking DoRead to avoid lagging the user // interface. client.GetStream().BeginRead(readBuffer, 0, READ_BUFFER_SIZE, new AsyncCallback(DoRead), null); // Make sure the window is showing before popping up connection dialog.

AttemptLogin(sUserName); return "Connection Succeeded"; } catch(Exception ex) { return "Server is not active. Please start server and try again. " + ex.ToString(); } } public void AttemptLogin(string user) { SendData("CONNECT|"+ user); }

public void fnPacketTest(string sInfo) { SendData("CHAT|" + sInfo); }

public void fnDisconnect() { SendData("DISCONNECT"); }

public void fnListUsers() { SendData("REQUESTUSERS"); }

private void DoRead(IAsyncResult ar) { int BytesRead; try { // Finish asynchronous read into readBuffer and return number of bytes read. BytesRead = client.GetStream().EndRead(ar); if (BytesRead < 1) { // if no bytes were read server has close. res="Disconnected"; return; } // Convert the byte array the message was saved into, minus two for the // Chr(13) and Chr(10) strMessage = Encoding.ASCII.GetString(readBuffer, 0, BytesRead - 2); ProcessCommands(strMessage); // Start a new asynchronous read into readBuffer. client.GetStream().BeginRead(readBuffer, 0, READ_BUFFER_SIZE, new AsyncCallback(DoRead), null);

} catch { res="Disconnected"; } }

// Process the command received from the server, and take appropriate action. private void ProcessCommands(string strMessage) { string[] dataArray;

// Message parts are divided by "|" Break the string into an array accordingly. dataArray = strMessage.Split((char) 124); // dataArray(0) is the command. switch( dataArray[0]) { case "JOIN": // Server acknowledged login. res= "You have joined the chat"; break; case "CHAT": // Received chat message, display it. res= dataArray[1].ToString(); break; case "REFUSE": // Server refused login with this user name, try to log in with another. AttemptLogin(pUserName); res= "Attempted Re-Login"; break; case "LISTUSERS": // Server sent a list of users. ListUsers(dataArray); break; case "BROAD": // Server sent a broadcast message res= "ServerMessage: " + dataArray[1].ToString(); break; } }

// Use a StreamWriter to send a message to server. private void SendData(string data) { StreamWriter writer = new StreamWriter(client.GetStream()); writer.Write(data + (char) 13); writer.Flush(); }

private void ListUsers(string[] users) { int I; lstUsers.Clear(); for (I = 1; I <= (users.Length - 1); I++) { lstUsers.Add(users[I]); } } } } </c>

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