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6.1. UDP functions

These calls to the UDP layer are provided for systems that do not need the overhead of sockets (see Chapter 5 Sockets). These routines impose a lower demand on CPU and system memory requirements than sockets. However, they do not offer the portability of sockets. Most of these functions are defined in inet\udp.c. The exceptions are documented.

The following sections describe the low-overhead UDP functions. They are as follows:

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