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package org.apache.commons.net.echo;
The EchoTCPClient class is a TCP implementation of a client for the Echo protocol described in RFC 862. To use the class, merely establish a connection with connect and call getOutputStream() to retrieve the echo output stream and getInputStream() to get the echo input stream. Don't close either stream when you're done using them. Rather, call disconnect to clean up properly.

public final class EchoTCPClient extends DiscardTCPClient
{
    
The default echo port. It is set to 7 according to RFC 862. *
    public static final int DEFAULT_PORT = 7;

    
The default EchoTCPClient constructor. It merely sets the default port to DEFAULT_PORT .
    public EchoTCPClient ()
    {
        setDefaultPort();
    }

    
Returns an InputStream from which you may read echoed data from the server. You should NOT close the InputStream when you're finished reading from it. Rather, you should call disconnect to clean up properly.

Returns:
An InputStream from which you can read echoed data from the server.
    public InputStream getInputStream()
    {
        return _input_;
    }
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