Bill Kless info
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Long time Java programmer. Currently work on software for cable boxes and DVRs, mostly Java some C/C++
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|location||Portland, OR||seen||Jul 1 '12 at 3:01|
telnet counterpart for UDP
Also note that in UDP, order of delivery is not guaranteed. That means that the following packets: "cd /". "cd temp", "rm -rf *" could lead to results you might not expect or enjoy. The way routing works, it's likely that the first packet arrives after the second and possibly third--the first often gets held up for a few seconds while routes are resolved--other packets can slip by before it's requeued.