- tcp-accept LISTENERprocedure
Waits until a connection is established on the port on which LISTENER is listening and returns two values: an input- and output-port that can be used to communicate with the remote process. The current value of tcp-accept-timeout is used to determine the maximal number of milliseconds (if any) to wait until a connection is established. When a client connects any read- and write-operations on the returned ports will use the current values (at the time of the connection) of tcp-read-timeout and tcp-write-timeout, respectively, to determine the maximal number of milliseconds to wait for input/output before a timeout error is signalled.
Note: this operation and any I/O on the ports returned will not block other running threads.