Message from discussion Reading (Pretty printed) IP addresses
From: "Michael J. Ferrador" <Mike-n2kra-Ferra...@orn.com>
Subject: Reading (Pretty printed) IP addresses
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Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 00:05:39 -0400
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How do you decide that a structure is around enough to warrant
being able to read back in it's printed representation?
Will we have to worry about read dispatch character collisions?
What else is useful to bundle with IP addrs? :netmask :vlsm-bits :wildcard
(Is Cisco the only one who uses wildcards?) :gateway :route :dns ?
:dhcp - to make it a dynamic variable
Matthew X. Economou <xenophon+use...@irtnog.org> wrote in message
> I'm writing some code that manipulates IP addresses. I would like to
> give the IP address object a pretty-printable and readable
remove my First- and -Last name, from around my call sign