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from the perlipc man page
oriented approach. IO::Socket is included as part of the
standard Perl distribution as of the 5.004 release. If
you're running an earlier version of Perl, just fetch
IO::Socket from CPAN, where you'll also find find modules
providing easy interfaces to the following systems: DNS,
FTP, Ident (RFC 931), NIS and NISPlus, NNTP, Ping, POP3,
SMTP, SNMP, SSLeay, Telnet, and Time--just to name a few.
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