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perror posts “operation now in progress “ which is great to know
BUT connect return “status “ is -1 .
To whom do I trust ?


They're both saying the same thing. Why are you confused? The return from connect() means "Unable to connect, check errno for why". The errno you are getting for "why I can't connect" is "operation in progress (EINPROGRESS)".

Seems pretty clear.
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