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In C, a the function connect() returns a non-zero integer on success and a negative integer on error, placed inside errno! I want to know how to view the error returned as a string using the system function strerror() or its equivalent!!
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if (connect(sockfd,pserv_addr,addrlen ) < 0)
      printf ("Error: %s",strerror (errno));

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or simply:
perror("prefix to message" );
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