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Tnm::udp send handle [host port] message
Tnm::udp receive handle

The Tnm::udp send command sends a datagram containing message to the destination specified by host and port. 

The host and port arguments may not be used if the UDP handle is already connected to a transport endpoint. 

If the UDP handle is not connected, you must use these optional arguments to specify the destination of the datagram.

The Tnm::udp receive command receives a datagram from the UDP socket associated with handle. 

This command blocks until a datagram is ready to be received. In most cases, it might be a good idea to check for pending datagrams using the Tnm::udp bind command.


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