send abstract method
- InternetAddress address,
- int port
Asynchronously sends a datagram.
Returns the number of bytes written. This will always be either
the size of
A return value of
0 indicates that sending the datagram would block and
that the send call can be tried again.
A return value of the size of
buffer indicates that a request to
transmit the datagram was made to the operating system. It does not
indicate that the operating system successfully sent the datagram. If a
local failure to send the datagram occurs then a an error event will be
added to the Stream. If a networking or remote failure occurs then it
will not be reported.
The maximum size of a UDP datagram is 65535 byes (including both data and headers) but the practical maximum size is likely to be much lower due to operating system limits and the network's maximum transmission unit (MTU).
int send(List<int> buffer, InternetAddress address, int port);