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packet_format [2014/08/22 17:39]
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packet_format [2014/08/22 17:39]
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   - **Path**: enclosed within '​['​ and '​]'​ each node adds its node ID separated by a comma at the end. Each node ID can be up to a maximum of 16 bytes. Nodes only repeat packets that they haven'​t repeated before (to avoid loops) so before repeating the node needs to check for its node ID in the path section. For example (pseudocode) <​code>​   - **Path**: enclosed within '​['​ and '​]'​ each node adds its node ID separated by a comma at the end. Each node ID can be up to a maximum of 16 bytes. Nodes only repeat packets that they haven'​t repeated before (to avoid loops) so before repeating the node needs to check for its node ID in the path section. For example (pseudocode) <​code>​
 1) detect final ] in string/​array 1) detect final ] in string/​array
-2) replace ] with ,your_ID]+2) replace ] with ,​your_ID] ​(comma followed by your_ID followed by square end bracket)
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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