[racket] Network ports, sandboxes?

From: Danny Yoo (dyoo at hashcollision.org)
Date: Tue Apr 2 13:55:54 EDT 2013

[I am changing the subject line so that it may be easier to track the

You can see examples of port usage (including an example of tcp) here
on this page:


You'll want to look into getting familiar with the general input and
output functions in Racket before handling network input and output.


which talks about input and output ports, and the functions that work
on them.  To the best of my knowledge, there is no special syntax
involved with ports alone: just learn a few of the common functions
such as read-line, write, and other functions described in the Guide.

About sandboxes: they're a tool to do dynamic evaluation in a context
that limits their resource usage.  You can read the documentation


But for any of that documentation to make sense, you may want to first
read the Guide for the reflection and dynamic evaluation section:


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