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2.2.3. Remote Hello World

We assume that BAP has just returned the line 'Hello World, I am msg(1,5).' of the previous example.

Now please type in:

> xcall(hello_world)
< Hello World, I am msg(2,3)
< ;

Note:

There may appear something different than 'msg(2,3)'. This depends on the actual topology of your system.

Explanation:

Xcall() is one of the parallel constructs provided with the Client-Server Layer of the BAP operating system. Here it is only important to recognise that it doesn't take a lot of effort to use communication and parallelism within BAP.


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