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Updated on November 12, 2021

Error handling

In a case of errors methods throw exceptions, if otherwise not stated. An uncaught exception causes a script to be aborted, if this is not what you want, caught it by using .
					require "network"

--network.connect( {} )  would cause the script to be aborted
op_res, result = pcall( network.connect, {} )

if not op_res then
  print( "fail to connect by some local reason: " .. result )
  print( "wait till a remote side accepts our request for connection, conn_hndl: " .. result )