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What is the recv_internal function, and what are its arguments for?

Is the function recv_internal required to have certain arguments or is it completely up to what you want the message sender to send you?

I've noticed some FunC programs have signature, int msg_value, cell in_msg_cell, slice in_msg while others only have slice in_msg.


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There are always 4 arguments on stack when recv_internal is called.

By declaring recv_internal with less than 4 arguments you force FunC to ignore most deep variables (they still will be there, but your code will be unaware for the whole TVM execution).


in_msg_full - cell with raw message cell that contains all the flags and additional fields

in_msg_body - slice that only contain body of the message

Please check https://ton.org/docs/learn/tvm-instructions/tvm-overview#initialization-of-tvm for more informations.

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Posted one year ago
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each of the following recv_internal declarations is correct, but those with fewer variables will spend slightly less gas (each unused argument adds additional DROP instructions).

() recv_internal(int balance, int msg_value, cell in_msg_cell, slice in_msg) {}
() recv_internal(int msg_value, cell in_msg_cell, slice in_msg) {}
() recv_internal(cell in_msg_cell, slice in_msg) {}
() recv_internal(slice in_msg) {}

You have to parse in_msg_body to retrieve the op code based on how sender stored op code in the message.

Ususally, it is stored as the first 32 bit inside in_msg_body.

  
  
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