Hi Manuel, > 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.
That's right. > Can we do something similar when receiving binary data through a network > socket? Yes. Basically, all data communicated with C are binary. Depending on how 'native' is called, they appear as PicoLisp data. So on the lowest level you could simply deal with lists of bytes. It depends what kind of data you expect, and what you want to do with them. > I mean, is there a mechanism already done to do that? Or should I write my The built-in network functions don't do what you want? ♪♫ Alex -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:email@example.com?subject=Unsubscribe