Write data to the last client that connected to a server. This data is sent as a byte or series of bytes. This function is blocking by default and may block the application thread indefinitely until all the data is sent.
This function also takes an optional argument
timeout, which allows the caller to specify the maximum amount of time the function may take. If
timeout value is specified, write operation may succeed partially and it's up to the caller to check the actual number of bytes written and schedule the next
write() call in order to send all the data out.
The application code may additionally check if an error occurred during the last
write() call by checking
getWriteError() return value. Any non-zero error code indicates and error during write operation.
// SYNTAX server.write(val); server.write(buf, len); server.write(val, timeout); server.write(buf, len, timeout);
val: a value to send as a single byte (byte or char)
buf: an array to send as a series of bytes (byte or char)
len: the length of the buffer
timeout: timeout in milliseconds (
0- non-blocking mode)
size_t: the number of bytes written