cnet's core Application Programming InterfaceDescriptions of cnet's core functions are available from here. In each section functions are presented as C prototypes, often with an example of their use.
Most core functions return the integer 0 on success and the integer -1 on failure. The most recent error status is reflected in the global variable cnet_errno. All values of cnet_errno will be instances of the enumerated type CnetError. Functions do not set the value of cnet_errno to ER_OK if their execution was successful.
Note that these functions' names are prefixed with CNET_. Errors may be reported to stderr with CNET_perror() and their error message string accessed from cnet_errstr[(int)cnet_errno].
Application Layer functions
Physical Layer functions
WLAN and mobile node functions
Event handling functions
Checksum and CRC functions
Node and per-link statistics
Formatting 64-bit integers
Pseudo-random number generation
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Last modified: Tue Oct 13 1:07PM 2015