Public PID?

Christian S <>
Thu May 4 16:15:09 CEST 2006


Did you try this?

Pid ! Message.

I dont know why you look at how pids are written, are you transmitting those
triplets over and using deprecated methods to create a pid from the triplets
instead of passing the actual Pid object?

On 5/4/06, Eric Shun <> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I'd like to send a message to a process on another node. As I don't want
> to register the pid, I can't use
> {Node,Pid} ! Message.
> So I can I know the "public" pid of a process (eg: <5533,245,0>) , as
> self() only returns a "private" pid (eg: <0,245,0>)?
> So I could do:
> PublicPid ! Message.
>
>
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