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The EchoUDPClient class is a UDP implementation of a client for the Echo protocol described in RFC 862. To use the class, just open a local UDP port with open and call send to send datagrams to the server, then call receive to receive echoes. After you're done echoing data, call close() to clean up properly.

 public final class EchoUDPClient extends DiscardUDPClient
The default echo port. It is set to 7 according to RFC 862. *
     public static final int DEFAULT_PORT = 7;
     private final DatagramPacket __receivePacket = new DatagramPacket(new byte[0], 0);

Sends the specified data to the specified server at the default echo port.

data The echo data to send.
length The length of the data to send. Should be less than or equal to the length of the data byte array.
host The address of the server.
Throws: If an error occurs during the datagram send operation.
     public void send(byte[] dataint lengthInetAddress host)
     throws IOException

Same as send(data, data.length, host) *
     public void send(byte[] dataInetAddress hostthrows IOException

Receives echoed data and returns its length. The data may be divided up among multiple datagrams, requiring multiple calls to receive. Also, the UDP packets will not necessarily arrive in the same order they were sent.

Length of actual data received.
Throws: If an error occurs while receiving the data.
     public int receive(byte[] dataint lengththrows IOException
         return .getLength();

Same as receive(data, data.length) *
     public int receive(byte[] datathrows IOException
         return receive(datadata.length);

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