Hi all,

I've readed in the documentation about the "native" function and it's
mapping between the result and a description of the result in Picolisp. So
we can receive a C style structure and have it as a list.
Can we do something similar when receiving binary data through a network
socket?
I mean, is there a mechanism already done to do that? Or should I write my
own? (If I'm capable of that, of course, which I seriously doubt.)
May be there is an example or an application somewhere to look at.

Thanks


-- 
Manuel

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