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Part of a series of examples on the different ways of using ports.

Part of a series of examples on the different ways of using ports. See Port power tutorial.

* SPDX-FileCopyrightText: 2006-2021 Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT)
* SPDX-FileCopyrightText: 2006-2010 RobotCub Consortium
* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
#include <stdio.h>
#include <yarp/os/all.h>
using namespace yarp::os;
int main() {
Port p; // Create a port.
p.open("/in"); // Give it a name on the network.
Bottle in, out; // Make places to store things.
while (true) {
p.read(in,true); // Read from the port, warn that we'll be replying.
printf("Got %s\n", in.toString().c_str());
p.reply(out); // send reply.
A simple collection of objects that can be described and transmitted in a portable way.
Definition Bottle.h:64
void append(const Bottle &alt)
Append the content of the given bottle to the current list.
Definition Bottle.cpp:353
void clear()
Empties the bottle of any objects it contains.
Definition Bottle.cpp:121
void addString(const char *str)
Places a string in the bottle, at the end of the list.
Definition Bottle.cpp:170
std::string toString() const override
Gives a human-readable textual representation of the bottle.
Definition Bottle.cpp:211
A mini-server for performing network communication in the background.
bool open(const std::string &name) override
Start port operation, with a specific name, with automatically-chosen network parameters.
T * read(bool shouldWait=true) override
Read an available object from the port.
Utilities for manipulating the YARP network, including initialization and shutdown.
Definition Network.h:706
A mini-server for network communication.
Definition Port.h:46
An interface to the operating system, including Port based communication.
The main, catch-all namespace for YARP.
Definition dirs.h:16