|Example: lrs_set_recv_timeout||Timeout Functions|
Sets a timeout for receiving the expected data on a socket.
void lrs_set_recv_timeout( long sec, long u_sec );
|sec||The desired timeout in seconds (default: 10 seconds).|
|u_sec||The desired timeout in microseconds (which is added to the sec parameter)|
The lrs_set_recv_timeout function sets the period of time that Vugen waits to receive expected data from a socket.
Note: Note that if, by this time, the buffer size does not match the expected data size (i.e it is smaller or larger), lrs_receive will re-read the incoming data carried by the socket, until a second timeout has elapsed. For more information, see lrs_set_recv_timeout2.
By default the receive timeout is 10 seconds. The timeout is global for all sockets and is valid until the next invocation of lrs_set_recv_timeout.
This function is not recorded during a WinSock session —you must manually insert it into your script.
This function has no return value.
You cannot use standard parameterization for any arguments in this function.