[San-Diego-pm] A few questions of Perl

Bob Kleemann rkleeman at energoncube.net
Wed Dec 9 16:25:22 PST 2009


I know that you can do what you are looking for, but I haven't done them
myself.  Therefore I'm forwarding your message to the group to see who has
some answers for you.

Perl Mongers,

Can you help Alex out.  Please include his address on replies, as I don't
believe he is subscribed to our mailing list yet.  (Alex, see our website
for information about subscribing to our low-volume list.)

On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 11:00 PM, Alex (Yu) Hu <foxele at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi:
> I am sorry to E-mail you like this. My name is Alex Hu. I am living in San
> Diego. I am  working on a perl program that
> is suppose to be a test application running on PC.
> I got your E-mail address by following links from Perl Monger website. I
> needed help urgently and I
> don't know where to turn to. That's why I am trying your E-mail address.
> If you don't mind, I have two questions regarding Perl:
> 1. The perl program I am running has a network interface which is acting
> like a TCP client. For some
> reason, I want the client to send message on one port and receive message
> on the other port. Is this
> possible in perl?  I have a module does the send and receive on one port,
> but I don't know how to
> add a second one.
> 2. Is there a event scheduler modules I can use to schedule the sending of
> a message say several milisecond in the future.
> Once again, I am sorry about my E-mail.
> Thanks.
> --
> Alex Hu
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