thanks for the hint.
I´ve already scoured this page.
In my application the server and client works with "endpoint" definition
not with ports.
As I said.
Processes that are written in C ++ communicate with one another, as do the processes that are written in C #. This is not a problem.
No communication between processes written in C ++ and processes written in C #.
If someone has these problems in the same way, I would be happy to hear from you.
Hi everyone . I am a newbie in programming , so i would be very grateful if you could help me . I have to implement the Blum Blum Shub in C or C++ using the stdlib.h and time.h libraries . Can anyone help me with this ?
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No idea, because we do not have the instructions that your teacher gave you. If you read the documentation for the random and time functions (time, _time32, _time64 | Microsoft Docs[^]) you should be able to decide how they can help you.
Here's the full indications that i have :
Purpose: to develop a function that generates random numbers from
a given range.
Elaboration of the module for generating random numbers
C or C++ compiler
stdlib.h and time.h libraries
Algorithm Blum Blum Shub