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In computer operating systems, a stream socket is a type of interprocess communications socket or network socket which provides a connection-oriented, sequenced, and unique flow of data without record boundaries, with well-defined mechanisms for creating and destroying connections and for detecting errors.
- Berkeley sockets, an implementation
- Datagram socket, the opposite concept
- XMLSocket, which allows ActionScript to communicate via stream sockets.
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