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Using the inet_ntoa(3) Function.......
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There are times when a socket address represents the address of a user that has connected to your server, or represents the sender of a UDP packet. The job of converting a network sequenced 32-bit value into dotted-quad notation is inconvenient. Hence, the inet_ntoa(3) function has been provided. The synopsis of the function is as follows:.......
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char *inet_ntoa(struct in_addr addr);.......
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If a socket address addr exists in your program as a sockaddr_in structure, then the following code shows how to use inet_ntoa(3) to perform the conversion. The IP number is converted to a string and reported, using the printf(3) function:.......
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inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr));.......
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The program in Listing 3.5 uses the same steps to set up the address as did the previous example program. The function inet_ntoa(3) is called upon to allow the IP number to be displayed........
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Example 3.5. inetntoa.c/tt>Demonstration of inet_ntoa(3) Function.......
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3: * Example using inet_ntoa(3):.......
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35: * Demonstrate use of inet_ntoa(3):.......
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38: inet_ntoa(adr_inet.sin_addr));.......
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Line 37 shows a call to printf(3). Here, the statement calls upon inet_ntoa(3) in line 38 to convert the IP address in adr_inet to string form so that it can be printed........
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The results returned from inet_ntoa(3) are valid only until the next call to this function........
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44: inet_ntoa(adr_inet.sin_addr),net,hst);.......
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63: inet_ntoa(adr_inet.sin_addr));.......
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inet_ntoa(), inet_aton(), inet_addr.......
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char *inet_ntoa(struct in_addr in);.......
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The function inet_ntoa() converts a network address in a struct in_addr to a dots-and-numbers format string. The "n" in "ntoa" stands for network, and the "a" stands for ASCII for historical reasons (so it's "Network To ASCII"窶杯he "toa" suffix has an analogous friend in the C library called atoi() which converts an ASCII string to an integer.).......
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inet_ntoa() returns the dots-and-numbers string in a static buffer that is overwritten with each call to the function........
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some_addr = inet_ntoa(antelope.sin_addr); // return the IP.......
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