Hi there, I could not understand the .checkTypetag(“iii”) and .checkTypetag(“fff”) from the transmitting side of the Android and PC WiFi communication example [ WiFiDataExchangeAndroid.pde and WiFiDataExchangePC.pde].
I checked the example that comes with oscP5 called oscP5oscArgument.pde and they have checkTypetag(“ifs”).
what I understand so far is that .checkTypetag checks if “iii”, “fff” or “ifs” exist in the coming OSC message and returns a boolean value if it found it or not.
My question is in the sending and transmitting side. Where and when are we embedding and including the “iii” and “fff” in the transmitting message? Are those (“iii” and “fff”) default values that get generated every time we use the .add?