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Old 08-01-2009, 09:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Writing a Simple Portcheck program in C Part 3

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In part 1 an examination of creating an ultra simple single port single host port check program was done. In the second part of the series the code was broken out between a header file and source file, input validation added, a usage message defined and a Makefile was setup for simple recompiling. In this part of the series one of the items of the TODO list will be tackled: smaller timeout value for connection test by way of a host pre-check. Which leaves the program with two final TODO items for the next installment:

  1. Breaking up the program functionally
  2. Detailed error handling
  3. Hostname resolution (or not)Any last minute details...




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