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Like WriteLine( ), String.Format( ) lets you embed regular text along with format specifiers, and you can use more than one format specifier and value. For example, consider this program, which displays the running sum and product of the numbers 1 through 10:
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Notice that the program uses two try blocks. The first catches any I/O exceptions that might prevent the file from being opened. If an I/O error occurs, the program terminates. Otherwise, the second try block monitors the read operation for I/O exceptions. Thus, the second try block executes only if fin refers to an open file. Also, notice that the file is closed in the finally block associated with the second try block. This means that no matter how the do loop ends (either normally or because of an error), the file will be closed. Although not an issue in this specific example (because the entire program ends at that point anyway), the advantage to this approach, in general, is that if the code that accesses a file terminates because of some exception, the file is still closed by the finally block. This ensures that the file is closed in all cases. In some situations, it may be easier to wrap the portions of a program that open the file and access the file within a single try block (rather than separating the two). For example, here is another, shorter way to write the ShowFile program:
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The BYE packet is used to indicate that one or more media sources are no longer active. It may also include a text string indicating a reason for leaving the session. The BYE packet has the format shown in Figure 2-21. The SC field indicates the number of source identifiers included in the packet, that is, the number of SSRC or CRSC entries. After the list of SSRC/CSRC values, an optional text string may be provided, indicating the reason for leaving. In such a case, the text string is preceded by a length field indicating the number of octets in the text string.
The positive values in nums: 1 3 5
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Given that the filter spec can contain a port number, each router in the path must be able to examine the details of the header to determine the port number, which raises a number of considerations. First, IP datagrams in the flow must not be fragmented, which in turn means that we must use path maximum transmission unit (MTU) discovery. Second, IP security procedures might encrypt the header, which means that RSVP must include security functions to decrypt the header. Third, the IPv6 header is of variable length, which might cause a significantly greater processing effort at routers. The filter spec is included in PATH messages from the sender to the receiver and in RESV messages from the receiver to the sender. When sent in a PATH message, it is known as a sender template. ADSpec As previously described, a sender first sends a PATH message downstream towards one or more receivers. The TSpec in the PATH message indicates the type of data to be sent and is passed from the sender to the receiver without modification. The receivers respond with an RESV message to indicate the QoS requested and the RESV is propagated upstream towards the sender. Having a receiver request a QoS that intervening routers cannot meet is pointless, however. For example, the RESV message might specify a bandwidth requirement that exceeds the bandwidth of one of the links in the path from sender to receiver. Therefore, a need exists for a receiver to be informed about the network between the sender and receiver, so that the receiver does not request something that the network cannot provide. To meet this need, RSVP includes the capability for the sender and routers to indicate their QoS capabilities within a PATH message from the sender to receiver. This is done through the use of an ADSpec, where the AD indicates advertising. A sender constructs an initial ADSpec, indicating what it can support, and it includes the ADSpec in the PATH message. At each router along the path from the sender to receiver, the ADSpec is updated and passed on. By the time the PATH message gets to the receiver, the ADSpec provides a pretty good indication of what the receiver can reasonably request in terms of QoS from the routers and from the sender. One interesting point about the ADSpec is that it can also indicate that one or more routers in the path from the sender to receiver does not support RSVP. Such a situation is perfectly possible. In the event that an RSVPcapable router sends a PATH message on a link to a router that does not support RSVP, or if an RSVP-capable router receives a PATH message on a link from a router that does not support RSVP, then the RSVP-capable
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