|This package provides a variety of new socket types, and greater control over socket options. It is backwards compatible with existing Tcl socket based applications. The cep command works exactly like the Tcl socket command; changing 'socket' to 'cep' inside a Tcl program should be all that is required to switch regular Tcl sockets to Ceptcl ceps. Ceptcl also adds many more options to the fconfigure command for ceps. Broadcast, multicast and a variety of socket options are supported.
|Tcl -require 8.4
|socket ipv6 broadcast multicast
|Communications EndPoints for Tcl