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Discussion using .net vs 2010 toadd ean 13 for web,windows application datamatrix If an implementa EAN13 for .NET tion provides a structure matching MONO_VECTOR_SLICE for some element type ty, it must provide the corresponding monomorphic structure matching MONO_VECTOR with the vector types in the two structures identi ed..

See also MONO_ARRAY ( 11. GS1-13 for .NET 23; p.

193), MONO_ARRAY_SLICE ( 11.25; p. 205), MONO_VECTOR ( 11.

26; p. 211), VectorSlice ( 11.65; p.

405). 220 11.28. CHAPTER 11. MANUAL PAGES The NetHostDB structure This structure a ccesses the information contained in the network host database. The data might be retrieved from a le such as /etc/hosts on older Unix systems or dynamically via some network communication. The structure can be used to convert host names (e.

g., "cs.uchicago.

edu") to Internet addresses (e.g., "128.


Synopsis. signature NET_HOST_DB structure NetHostDB :> NET_HOST_DB Interface eqtype in_addr e ean13+5 for .NET qtype addr_family type entry val val val val val val val val name : entry -> string aliases : entry -> string list addrType : entry -> addr_family addr : entry -> in_addr addrs : entry -> in_addr list getByName : string -> entry option getByAddr : in_addr -> entry option getHostName : unit -> string. val toString : i n_addr -> string val scan : (char, a) StringCvt.reader -> (in_addr, a) StringCvt.reader val fromString : string -> in_addr option.

Description eqtype in_addr T he type representing an Internet address. eqtype addr_family The type representing address families (also known as domains). type entry The type representing an entry from the host database.

val name : entry -> string name en returns the of cial name of the host described by entry en.. 11.28. THE NETHOSTDB STRUCTURE val aliases : en try -> string list aliases en returns the alias list of the host described by entry en. val addrType : entry -> addr_family addrType en returns the address family of the host described by entry en. val addr : entry -> in_addr.

addr en returns .net framework GTIN-13 the main Internet address of the host described by entry en, which is the rst address of the list returned by addrs. val addrs : entry -> in_addr list addrs en returns the list of Internet addresses of the host described by entry en.

The list is guaranteed to be non-empty. val getByName : string -> entry option getByName s reads the network host database for a host with name s. If successful, it returns SOME(en), where en is the corresponding database entry; otherwise, it returns NONE.

val getByAddr : in_addr -> entry option getByAddr ia reads the network host database for a host with Internet address ia. If successful, it returns SOME(en), where en is the corresponding database entry; otherwise, it returns NONE. val getHostName : unit -> string The standard hostname for the current processor.

val toString : in_addr -> string toString ia returns a string representation of the Internet address ia in the form "a.b.c.

d".. CHAPTER 11. MANUAL PAGES val scan : (char GTIN-13 for .NET , a) StringCvt.reader -> (in_addr, a) StringCvt.

reader val fromString : string -> in_addr option scan getc strm fromString s These functions scan Internet addresses from a character source. The rst returns the result SOME(ia,rest) if an Internet address can be parsed from a pre x of the character stream strm after skipping initial whitespace, where ia is the resulting address, and rest is the remainder of the character stream. NONE is returned otherwise.

The second form returns SOME(ia) if an Internet address ia can be parsed from a pre x of string s. NONE is returned otherwise. It is equivalent to StringCvt.

scanString scan. Addresses in this notation have one of the following forms: a, where a is a 32-bit unsigned integer constant. a.

b, where a is an 8-bit unsigned integer constant, and b is a 24-bit integer constant. a.b.

c, where a and b are 8-bit unsigned integer constants, and c is a 16-bit integer constant. a.b.

c.d, where a, b, c, and d are 8-bit integer constants. The integer constants may be decimal, octal, or hexadecimal, as speci ed in the C language.

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