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what's the difference between "socket closed" and "socket IS closed"

Elhanan Maayan
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Joined: May 04, 2009
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hi... i've noticed there 2 messages showing up, and i'm trying to determine what's exactly is the difference between them, i think the first (socket closed) appears only after a socket was opened and was closed by another thread before it was used, while the second shows up in case a socket is used but was never opened.
 
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