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^$DEVICE

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5 ^$Device

The following nodes are defined in ^$Device for the SOCKET mnemonicspace:

^$Device(device,"SOCKET") = intexpr
   Each device has a collection of sockets associated with it. Each new socket is identified by a socket identifier which is assigned an index number in the collection of sockets. This node of ^$Device defines the index number of the current socket.
^$Device(device,"SOCKET",index,"DELIMITER") = intexpr
This provides the number of I/O delimiters, as defined using the DELIMITER deviceattribute, in effect for the device/socket. (See 3.1.3)
^$Device(device,"SOCKET",index,"DELIMITER",n) = expr
This provides the n-th I/O delimiter string. (See 3.1.3)
^$Device(device,"SOCKET",index,"IOERROR") = expr
I/O error trapping mode. (See 3.1.4)
^$Device(device,"SOCKET",index,"LOCALADDRESS") = expr
This provides the local network node address of the connection
^$Device(device,"SOCKET",index,"PROTOCOL") = expr
This provides the network protocol used for the connection
^$Device(device,"SOCKET",index,"REMOTEADDRESS") = expr
This provides the remote network node address of the connection
^$Device(device,"SOCKET",index,"SOCKETHANDLE") = expr
The value of this node is an implementation-specific string that provides the socket identifier of the indicated socket.
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