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why i can't send or receive anything ....

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post my code first 
please help me to point out where is wrong?
 
client code :
[code]
int send_to_peer(ENETHost* client, ENETPeer *peer)
{
   i
    ENETPacket *packet=ENET_packet_create(NULL,128,ENET_PACKET_FLAG_RELIABLE);
    if(NULL == packet){
        fprintf(stderr,"create packet with error\n");
        exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
    }
    char* d="client say";
    strncpy(&packet->data,d,strlen(d));
    ENET_peer_send(peer,1,packet);
    // ENET_host_broadcast(client,1,packet);
    // send data out
    ENET_host_flush(client);
 
    // close connection
    ENET_peer_disconnect(peer,0);
 
    // wait for close with success
    ENETEvent event;
 
    while(ENET_host_service(client,&event,3000)>0){
        switch(event.type){
        case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_NONE:
            break;
        case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_RECEIVE:
            ENET_packet_destroy(packet);
            break;
        case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_DISCONNECT:
            printf("has disconnected\n");
            ENET_destruct();
            exit(EXIT_SUCCESS);
            break;
        }
    }
 
    // force to close socket if unsuccess
    ENET_peer_reset(peer);
    printf("force disconnected\n");
 
    ENET_destruct();
}
[/code]
 
 
SERVER:
[code]
int start_daemon_services(ENETHost* server)
{
    ENETEvent event;
 
    while(1){
        while(ENET_host_service(server,&event,5000)>0){
            switch(event.type){
            case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_NONE:
 
                break;
            case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_CONNECT:
               printf("a new client has connected,remote host address is:  %s:%u\n",
                        inet_ntoa(*(struct in_addr*)&event.peer->address.host),
                        event.peer->address.port);
                event.peer->data="incoming client";
                break;
            case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_RECEIVE:
                printf("received package from %s\n on channel %u\tpacket size:%u\tpacket content:%s\n",
                       event.peer->data,
                       event.peer->connectID,
                       event.packet->dataLength,
                       event.packet->data);
                //do with package
 
                //destroty it
                ENET_packet_destroy(event.packet);
                break;
            case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_DISCONNECT:
                break;
            default:
                break;
            }
        }
    }
    //reset all peers connected to server
    ENET_host_destroy(server);
}
[/code]
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Can you post any error message(s) or describe the expected and erroneous behaviour that you are observing?

 

Please use [ code ] tags (without spaces) around your source code, it will render it in a nice, syntax highlighted box for ease of viewing.

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