how to find the PID (process ID) for the given port number in Solaris?

Hello, I would like to know if there a way (except lsof) in solaris to find which process id is listening on the port 80? -p option in netstat in Linux serve this option. Please let me know if there is any alternative method in Solaris. Thanks!
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netstat -antplu | grep 80

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lsof -i:portnumber
If you are on Solaris 10 then use below script to list the port:
create file like  
# is the port we are looking for

if [ $# -lt 1 ]
echo “Please provide a port number parameter for this script”
echo “e.g. %content 1521¿

echo “Greping for your port, please be patient (CTRL+C breaks) … “

for i in `ls /proc`
pfiles $i | grep AF_INET | grep $ 1
if [ $? -eq 0 ]
echo Is owned by pid $i
echo ——

and execute this script like

sh <port_num>
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