network help needed

nobody_ spam at spam.spam
Tue Oct 24 08:07:42 PDT 2006

> Normally you want to use TCP because it provides a lot of groundwork for 
> you.
> UDP, on the other hand, is sort of like shooting spitballs.  They usually 
> make it but it's not as reliable.
> What's a double?  Is that two bytes?  What's going to matter for lag is 
> how much data you're sending and the connection between the two computers. 
> Are they in the same network, or across the internet?
> -[Unknown]

It will be:
1000*4=4000 bytes/sec (double=64 bit)
As they are directly connected using network cards, this shouldn't be a 
Is it possible to send data at a rate of 1000samples/sec over a tcp 
connection? (4 byte chunks :)

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