What is datagram, datagram packets and datagram sockets?






Answer / fackrudheen

Datagram:
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The unit transmitted between a pair of Internet modules.
The Internet Protocol provides for transmitting blocks of
data, called datagrams, from sources to destinations.

Datagram Sockets:
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Datagram sockets are for connectionless use. This implies
that there is no distinction between server and client

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