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Special Forums IP Networking recv() not workin fine..... Post 87202 by mridula on Friday 21st of October 2005 05:29:39 AM
recv() not workin fine.....

hi !

In my program I have a structure as shown below:
struct data
int a;
char *b;
long c;

i have assigned the following values to it:

The client is tryin to send struct data to the server using
send(sock,(char * )&str,sizeof(str),flag);

At the server side the data is read using the following:

recv(sock,(char *)&str,sizeof(str),flag);

but when i print the values on to the screen only the values of a and c get printed and b does not get printed.

The server also contains the structure.

i cant figure out y this is happening. any help is appreciated.

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