I have the source code of a project, after creating two cliient sockets socket1, socket2 to connect to the server, the send and recv parts in the source code are listed below:
1. In SendMessages()
-- getsockopt(socket1, SOL_SOCKET, SO_SNDBUF, (char*)&bufSize, &optionSize )
-- ret = send( socket2, &mSendbuf[prev_lensbuf - lensbuf], bufSize < lensbuf ? bufSize : lensbuf, 0) ;
2. In ReceiveMessages
-- getsockopt (socket2, SOL_SOCKET, SO_RCVBUF, (char FAR *) &rbuflen, &gar ) || rbuflen <= 0 )
-- nchars = recv(socket2, (char FAR *)mBuf, ( ( mend + rbuflen ) <= MAXRECVBUF ) ? rbuflen : ( MAXRECVBUF - mend ), 0 );
But in the project description, it says this program always uses socket1 for sending and socket2 for receiving.
My question is, in SendMessages(), it uses socket1 in getsockopt(...), but indeed, in send(), it uses socket2, why it says SendMessages() is always using socket1? Is socket1 really used in SendMessages()? Thanks for any hint.