ヘルプ日本語訳/The Network Object/Description
Last-modified: 2010-12-29 (水) 03:07:48
The Network object allows Multimedia Fusion 2 applications to communicate easily through a local network by opening a channel for communication between two computers. This allows two users to interact with each other through the applications such as is required for two-player games across the network or for monitoring one application from a remote station. Once the channel between the two computers is opened, the applications can send text or numerical data back and forth.
The network object communicates through the network using a facility called mail slots. For two computers to communicate using the mailslot, each machine must open a channel to the same mailslot number with a unique name assigned to each machine. For example, one machine would open slot 0 as "Host" and the other machine would open the same slot 0 but with the name "Guest." After the channel is open, text and numbers data are sent to the machine by addressing the data to the assigned name (Host) at that slot number (0).