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LocalSocketAddress

public class LocalSocketAddress
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.net.LocalSocketAddress


A UNIX-domain (AF_LOCAL) socket address. For use with android.net.LocalSocket and android.net.LocalServerSocket. On the Android system, these names refer to names in the Linux abstract (non-filesystem) UNIX domain namespace.

Summary

Nested classes

enum LocalSocketAddress.Namespace

The namespace that this address exists in. 

Public constructors

LocalSocketAddress(String name, LocalSocketAddress.Namespace namespace)

Creates an instance with a given name.

LocalSocketAddress(String name)

Creates an instance with a given name in the ABSTRACT namespace

Public methods

String getName()

Retrieves the string name of this address

LocalSocketAddress.Namespace getNamespace()

Returns the namespace used by this address.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

LocalSocketAddress

Added in API level 1
LocalSocketAddress (String name, 
                LocalSocketAddress.Namespace namespace)

Creates an instance with a given name.

Parameters
name String: non-null name
namespace LocalSocketAddress.Namespace: namespace the name should be created in.

LocalSocketAddress

Added in API level 1
LocalSocketAddress (String name)

Creates an instance with a given name in the ABSTRACT namespace

Parameters
name String: non-null name

Public methods

getName

Added in API level 1
String getName ()

Retrieves the string name of this address

Returns
String string name

getNamespace

Added in API level 1
LocalSocketAddress.Namespace getNamespace ()

Returns the namespace used by this address.

Returns
LocalSocketAddress.Namespace non-null a namespace
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