[zeromq-dev] ZMQ appends weird characters to message

Thomas Rodgers rodgert at twrodgers.com
Mon Sep 15 01:05:23 CEST 2014

How do you display the string on the receiving end?

On Sunday, September 14, 2014, Dávid Kaya <mail at davidkaya.sk> wrote:

> Hi,
> Let's say I have a message like this one:
> string loginMessage = "login";
> zmq::message_t
> request((void*)loginMessage.c_str(),loginMessage.length(),NULL);
> whenever I send it, it comes like this: "loginY Socket-Type". There is
> also a empty "box" after Y. Then when I send a url, (120 characters
> approx.), zmq cuts off last couple of characters and replace them with
> '@' followed by empty boxes. It's always same characters, it does not
> change. It's a 'Y' with empty box in "login" message and '@' with empty
> boxes in url message.
> I use IPC socket (REP/REQ) on linux (created in "/tmp/*socket*"), zmq
> version 4.0.4 and c++ binding (last version).
> Thanks,
> David
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