Cookbook Example

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Example 1: Building a Simple TCP Based Server that allows multiple connections at once and sends a fortune cookie to the client. Includes simple TCP based client that displays the fortune cookie. Components used: SimpleServer, FortuneCookieProtocol, Pipeline, TCPClient, ConsoleEchoer


    from Kamaelia.Protocol.FortuneCookieProtocol import FortuneCookieProtocol
    from Kamaelia.SimpleServerComponent import SimpleServer
    from Kamaelia.Internet.TCPClient import TCPClient
    from Kamaelia.Util.Console import ConsoleEchoer
    from Kamaelia.Chassis.Pipeline import Pipeline
    import random


    SimpleServer(protocol=FortuneCookieProtocol, port=clientServerTestPort).activate()

    Source: Examples/example1/


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