oscpack -- Open Sound Control packet manipulation library
Copyright (c) 2004-2005 Ross Bencina <email@example.com>
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// in general NetworkInitializer is only used internally, but if you're
// application creates multiple sockets from different threads at runtime you
// should instantiate one of these in main just to make sure the networking
// layer is initialized.
// return ip address of host name in host byte order
unsigned long GetHostByName( const char *name );
#endif /* INCLUDED_NETWORKINGUTILS_H */
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