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Discussion of JavaSntpClient

Should it be SntpClient.java instead of NtpClient.java?

-- HarlanStenn - 23 Jan 2004

Yes.

-- AdamBuckley - 23 Jan 2004

There are two typos in RFC2030 which should be applied to the Java source code. They are detailled at http://www.rfc-editor.org/errata.html >> 2030 >> find errata

-- AdamBuckley - 30 Jan 2004

Jon Dobles spotted an error in encodeTimestamp. Line 394 is:

array[7] = (byte) (Math.random()*255.0);

but should be:

array[7+pointer] = (byte) (Math.random()*255.0);

Thank you Jon!

-- AdamBuckley - 13 Feb 2004

The two Java source files were updated on 28-Aug-2004 to reflect the above comments.

-- AdamBuckley - 28 Aug 2004

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