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What are the different methods present in Socket Class?

Posted By :Srikanth     Posted Date :April 21, 2011    Points :40   Category :Networking 
There are 2 different type of methods present in Socket Class they are :

Synchronous Methods and Asynchronous Methods

In .Net Naming conventions all the ASynchronous Methods names are created by prefixing the words 'Begin' or 'End' to the names of Synchronous Methods

That is

Synchronous Methods :

(a) Connect()
(b) Receive()

ASynchronous Methods :

(a) BeginConnect() and EndConnect()
(b) BeginReceive() and EndReceive()

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