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|Example: lrs_create_socket||Sockets Functions|
Initializes a socket.
int lrs_create_socket( char *s_desc, char *type, [ char* LocalHost,] [char* peer,] [char *backlog,] LrsLastArg );
|s_desc||A descriptor identifying an unbound socket.|
|type||One of the available Socket Types|
|LocalHost||The local host and port number of the socket for binding, using the form: "LocalHost= host_name/port_number" (optional)|
|peer||The name of the peer remote host and its port number, to which the socket will be connected, using the form: "RemoteHost=host_name/port_number" (optional)|
|backlog||The maximum length to which the queue of pending connections may grow, using the form: "Backlog=number" (optional)|
|LrsLastArg||A marker indicating the end of the parameters (used where optional parameters are available).|
The lrs_create_socket function initializes a socket. It performs a socket command to open the new socket. If a LocalHost parameter is provided, it performs a bind command to name the socket. If a peer parameter is provided, it performs a connect to establish a connection with the peer. If a backlog parameter is provided, it performs a listen command for the socket.
Note that for the LocalHostparameter you can specify a host name before the port number (for example "LocalPort=steel:1234"). This is useful for machines with multiple IP addresses. You can also specify a host by it's IP address (for example "LocalPort=18.104.22.168:1234").
This function is recorded during a Windows Socket session for either a client or a server. If a client session is recorded, lrs_create_socket is generated with peer and port arguments. If a server session is recorded, lrs_create_socket is generated with port and backlog arguments.
The LocalHost, peer, and backlog arguments can be parameterized.