The put(9E) and srv(9E) interfaces process messages as they pass through the queue. Messages are generally processed by type, resulting in a modified message, one or more new messages, or no message at all. The message usually continues in the same direction it was passing through the queue, but can be sent in either direction. A put(9E) procedure can place messages on its queue as they arrive, for later processing by the srv(9E) procedure. For a more detailed explanation of put(9E) and srv(9E), see Chapter 8, STREAMS Kernel-Level Mechanisms.
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