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Makefile
README
i6d_ucase.h
i6d_ucase_cl.c
i6d_ucase_sv.c
id_echo.h
id_echo_cl.c
id_echo_sv.c
inet_sockets.c
inet_sockets.h
is_echo_cl.c
is_echo_inetd_sv.c
is_echo_sv.c
is_echo_v2_sv.c
is_seqnum.h
is_seqnum_cl.c
is_seqnum_sv.c
is_seqnum_v2.h
is_seqnum_v2_cl.c
is_seqnum_v2_sv.c
rdwrn.c
rdwrn.h
read_line.c
read_line.h
read_line_buf.c
read_line_buf.h
scm_cred.h
scm_cred_recv.c
scm_cred_send.c
scm_rights.h
scm_rights_recv.c
scm_rights_send.c
sendfile.c
socknames.c
t_gethostbyname.c
t_getservbyname.c
ud_ucase.h
ud_ucase_cl.c
ud_ucase_sv.c
unix_sockets.c
unix_sockets.h
us_abstract_bind.c
us_xfr.h
us_xfr_cl.c
us_xfr_sv.c
us_xfr_v2.h
us_xfr_v2_cl.c
us_xfr_v2_sv.c

README

Many of the programs in this directory are named according to the 
conventions described below.

A prefix identifies the socket domain in which the program operates, 
and the socket type employed. The socket domain is indicated by one
or two letters:

    u  UNIX
    i   Internet (both v4 and v6)
    i6  Internet v6 only

The socket type is one of the following:

    d   datagram
    s   socket

A suffix indicates whether the program is a client or server:

    cl client
    sv server

Thus, id_echo_sv.c is a server program that uses datagram sockets in 
the Internet domain.
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