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If I open a network connection with the code below do I need to do anything special to keep the program running? It is opening the streams, but then the program just exits. Do I need to fire up a thread or something?

All I am trying to do is connect to time-a.nist.gov on port 13. All that server does is print out the time and then disconnect. My stream:handleEvent: delegate isn't even getting called.

Code:
-(void)connectToHost {
	NSLog(@"in connect to host!");
	[NSStream getStreamsToHost:host port:13 inputStream:&iStream outputStream:&oStream];
	[iStream retain];
	NSLog(@"istream = %@",iStream);
	[oStream retain];	
	[iStream setDelegate:self];	
	[oStream setDelegate:self];	
	[iStream scheduleInRunLoop:[NSRunLoop currentRunLoop]	 
					   forMode:NSDefaultRunLoopMode];
		[oStream scheduleInRunLoop:[NSRunLoop currentRunLoop]	 
					   forMode:NSDefaultRunLoopMode];	
	[iStream open];	
	[oStream open];
}

- (void)stream:(NSStream *)stream handleEvent:(NSStreamEvent)eventCode {
	NSLog(@"in handleEvent, eventcode = %i", eventCode);
    switch(eventCode) {			
        case NSStreamEventHasBytesAvailable:  {
			NSLog(@"in has bytes");
            if(!data) {				
                data = [[NSMutableData data] retain];				
            }
			
            uint8_t buf[1024];			
            unsigned int len = 0;			
            len = [(NSInputStream *)stream read:buf maxLength:1024];
			
            if(len) {				
                [data appendBytes:(const void *)buf length:len];
				NSLog(@"len: %i", len);
                //[bytesRead setIntValue:[bytesRead intValue]+len];				
            } else {				
                NSLog(@"no buffer!");				
            }
			
            break;			
        }
	}
}
The output of my code (not all the code that produces this output is shown):

2009-01-08 00:25:00.878 StreamTester[25503:10b] Starting StreamTester...
2009-01-08 00:25:01.086 StreamTester[25503:10b] Hostname = <NSHost 0x1072e0> time-a.nist.gov (<CFArray 0x107220 [0xa041c1a0]>{type = mutable-small, count = 2, values = (
0 : <CFString 0x107b60 [0xa041c1a0]>{contents = "time-a.nist.gov"}
1 : <CFString 0x1076a0 [0xa041c1a0]>{contents = "time-a"}
)} <CFArray 0x107200 [0xa041c1a0]>{type = mutable-small, count = 1, values = (
0 : <CFString 0x1072b0 [0xa041c1a0]>{contents = "129.6.15.28"}
)})
2009-01-08 00:25:01.087 StreamTester[25503:10b] in connect to host!
2009-01-08 00:25:01.091 StreamTester[25503:10b] istream = <NSCFInputStream: 0x108050>
The Debugger has exited with status 0.

Have mercy on me I am a better than average Java programmer, but total newb for Objective-C and Cocoa:-)
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Hello

I want to know how to set my Photo as avatar. But I have some troubles when try to upload photo.
Some times photo does not upload. Or when I upload the photo, it has deformation.
What should I do to fix that?

Thanks for help
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Hi guys

Can you help me. I have troubles with your web site. It it works not fast.
Can somebody help me to solve the problem or explain why it can be so?

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