Read line of ASCII string data sent to TCP/IP server
Read Line of ASCII Data Sent to TCP/IP Server
Create a TCP/IP server that listens for connections at
localhost and port 4000.
server = tcpserver("localhost",4000)
server = TCPServer with properties: ServerAddress: "127.0.0.1" ServerPort: 4000 Connected: 0 ClientAddress: "" ClientPort:  NumBytesAvailable: 0 Show all properties, functions
Create a TCP/IP client to connect to your server object using
tcpclient. You must specify the same IP address and port number you use to create
client = tcpclient("localhost",4000)
client = tcpclient with properties: Address: 'localhost' Port: 4000 NumBytesAvailable: 0 Show all properties, functions
Check the default ASCII terminator for the server.
ans = "LF"
Set the terminators for both the server and client to
"CR". The TCP/IP server and its connected client must have the same terminator.
Write a string of ASCII data to the client. The
writeline function automatically appends the terminator to the data.
Write another string of ASCII data with the terminator automatically appended.
Since the client is connected to the server, the data you send to the client is available to be read from the server. Read a string of ASCII data received by the server from the client. The
readline function returns data until it reaches a terminator.
ans = "First message."
Read a string of ASCII data again to return the second string.
ans = "Second message."
t — TCP/IP server
TCP/IP server, specified as a
readline(t) reads ASCII data sent to the TCP/IP server
t from the client connected to it.
Introduced in R2021a