The library provides ResponseContainer receiveMessageUntil(char delimiter = '\0'); which allows sending a string with a “\0” delimiter at the end. With this, the Receiver, when reading the buffer, identifies when a message starts and ends.
Does the same happen when sending a Struct? I was analyzing the library code (I’m a beginner), but I didn’t identify which strategy is used to identify the beginning and end of a Struct in the buffer.
How does ResponseStructContainer receiveMessage(const uint8_t size); know/identify when a Struct ends and starts another Struct in the buffer?
If there is no such identification, if the developer makes a mistake in the buffer reading strategy, will this cause a memory leak?
for a structure, with a fixed size, you do not need to identify the end of the struct, you already know the size.
If you have some different messages, you can use a simple trick like this (read the first part of the struct to understand the type).
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