one byte opcode of which is one of the following ASCII characters f regular

One byte opcode of which is one of the following

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- one byte opcode of which is one of the following ASCII characters: - f = regular file - d = directory - o = other type of file - two-byte integer in two's complement and network byte order representing the length of the filename of the file / folder in the directory - The sequence of ASCII characters representing the filename of the file / folder Command - get 1. Client sends get request - Client sends one byte opcode of ASCII character 'C' followed by - two-byte integer in two's complement and network byte order representing the length of the filename of the file to be retrieved from the server - The sequence of characters representing the filename 2. Server response - Server sends one byte opcode of ASCII character 'C' followed by - one byte opcode which is one of the following ASCII characters: - 0 = OK to send file - 1 = file not found - 2 = permission denied - 3 = other reason for failure - if 0 then server will send four-byte integer in two's complement and network byte order which represents the length of the file - The sequence of N bytes which is the content of the file Command - put 1. Client sends put request - Client sends one byte opcode of ASCII character 'D' followed by - two-byte integer in two's complement and network byte order representing the length of the filename of the file to be put on the server followed by - The sequence of characters representing the filename 2. Server response - Server sends one byte opcode of the ASCII character 'D' followed by - one byte acknowledgement code which is one of the following ASCII characters: - 0 = ready to receive the named file - 1 = cannot accept file as filename clashes - 2 = cannot accept file as server cannot create the named file - 3 = cannot accept file due to other reason 10
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“lpwd” test output “cd” test output “lcd” test output “dir” test output “ldir” test output 12
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“put” test output 13
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“get” test output “quit” test output 15
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Source code Under myftp folder myftp.c /* * File: myftp.c * Author: Aung Myin 32812965 & Pan Xu 32813676 * * Description: This is the main implementation file for the myftp client * program.
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