connect to web socket

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:bust_in_silhouette: Asked By DexterFstone

I try to connect to the web socket, I get a message(Sorry bad English)

extends Node

export var websocket_url = "???.???.???.???"

var _client =

func _ready():
    # Connect base signals to get notified of connection open, close, and errors.
    _client.connect("connection_closed", self, "_closed")
    _client.connect("connection_error", self, "_closed")
    _client.connect("connection_established", self, "_connected")
    # This signal is emitted when not using the Multiplayer API every time
    # a full packet is received.
    # Alternatively, you could check get_peer(1).get_available_packets() in a loop.
    _client.connect("data_received", self, "_on_data")

    # Initiate connection to the given URL.
    var err = _client.connect_to_url(websocket_url)
    if err != OK:
        print("Unable to connect")

func _closed(was_clean = false):
    # was_clean will tell you if the disconnection was correctly notified
    # by the remote peer before closing the socket.
    print("Closed, clean: ", was_clean)

func _connected(proto = ""):
    # This is called on connection, "proto" will be the selected WebSocket
    # sub-protocol (which is optional)
    print("Connected with protocol: ", proto)
    # You MUST always use get_peer(1).put_packet to send data to server,
    # and not put_packet directly when not using the MultiplayerAPI.
    _client.get_peer(1).put_packet("Test packet".to_utf8())

func _on_data():
     # Print the received packet, you MUST always use get_peer(1).get_packet
    # to receive data from server, and not get_packet directly when not
    # using the MultiplayerAPI.
    print("Got data from server: ", _client.get_peer(1).get_packet().get_string_from_utf8())

func _process(delta):
    # Call this in _process or _physics_process. Data transfer, and signals
    # emission will only happen when calling this function.

What is the error?

SteveSmith | 2022-12-21 12:49