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socket_strerror() takes as its errno parameter a socket error code as returned by socket_last_error() and returns the corresponding explanatory text. This makes it a bit more pleasant to figure out why something didn't work; for instance, instead of having to track down a system include file to find out what '-111' means, you just pass it to socket_strerror(), and it tells you what happened.
Example 1. socket_strerror() example
The expected output from the above example (assuming the script is not run with root privileges):
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