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RPC and clnt_create() vs clnttcp_create()

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I am trying to learn RPC. I would like to use clnttcp_create() instead of clnt_create() in my client application. How do I do this ? The server portion has svctcp_create(RPC_ANYSOCK, 10240, 10240). So I would then need to do

clnttcp_create(addr, PROGNUM, VERSNUM, sockp, 10240, 10240),
but where does addr, and sockp come in ? does RPC fill them in, or have I to make the connection, and then call clnttcp_create() ?
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