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how to check whether a connection is exited?

kahkean chor
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how to check whether a connection is exited? (socket)
William Brogden
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Assuming you mean when the other side of your connection has closed the socket.

For one thing, you will get an IOException when you try to write to it or read from it.

In general, see the java.net.Socket JavaDocs for methods to check state of a socket.

Bill
 
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