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    > Isn't it a fault if a program can send out data, if the bind() syscall
    > failed? (I won't look into this as I just hope for the goodness in my
    > apps.... :-)

    If bind fails then the socket stays unbound. A connection from an unbound
    socket causes an autobind. So it gets a high port


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