Subject: FW: SDL-News: Pid values and physical postion
From: Y Giridhar Appaji Nag (Giridhar.Nag#ubinetics.co.in)
Date: Tue Dec 31 2002 - 07:00:08 GMT
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This mail should have probably been directed to the list :-).
Moderator, would it not be a good idea to have the Reply-To:
set to the list id in the configuration?
KEMoss6#aol.com <mailto:KEMoss6#aol.com> wrote:
> Hi Giridhar.
> Thanks for replying, I'll try to explain my dilemma.
> I can build an array of the Pid values on initialisation, Pid =
> sender. The two objects that swop initialisation can then send
> messages at any other time and know which object will receive them. I
> as an observer don't necessarily know which objects are interchanging
> For instance if I have a number of objects derived from a type how
> can I physically say which object has which Pid value? I'm outside
> the model but I want to be able specify in the model which objects
> have particular Pid values.
> I'm finding this difficult to be clear, is it any clearer please.
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