extended by SSLSocket
Available on python
A TCP socket class : allow you to both connect to a given server and exchange messages or start your own server and wait for connections.
Creates a new unconnected socket.
Accept a new connected client. This will return a connected socket on which you can read/write some data.
Bind the socket to the given host/port so it can afterwards listen for connections there.
Closes the socket : make sure to properly close all your sockets or you will crash when you run out of file descriptors.
Connect to the given server host/port. Throw an exception in case we couldn't successfully connect.
Return the information about the other side of a connected socket.
Return the information about our side of a connected socket.
Allow the socket to listen for incoming questions. The parameter tells how many pending connections we can have until they get refused. Use
accept() to accept incoming connections.
Change the blocking mode of the socket. A blocking socket is the default behavior. A non-blocking socket will abort blocking operations immediately by throwing a haxe.io.Error.Blocked value.
setsockopt(family:Int, option:Int, value:Bool):Void
Gives a timeout after which blocking socket operations (such as reading and writing) will abort and throw an exception.
Shutdown the socket, either for reading or writing.
Block until some data is available for read on the socket.
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