This is the documentation of ØMQ API with the explanation of each function. And the R code to generate it.

This documents the ØMQ/4.2.3 API.

## Loading required package: xml2

data2 <- read_html("http://api.zeromq.org/master:_start") %>% 
  html_nodes("ul li") %>% html_text()

moddata2 <- data2 %>% str_detect("^zmq") %>% data2[.] %>% 
  str_split_fixed("-", n=2)

zmqtable <- data.frame(Functions=moddata2[,1],"What_do_they_do"=moddata2[,2])

Functions What_do_they_do
zmq 0MQ lightweight messaging kernel
zmq_atomic_counter_dec decrement an atomic counter
zmq_atomic_counter_destroy destroy an atomic counter
zmq_atomic_counter_inc increment an atomic counter
zmq_atomic_counter_new create a new atomic counter
zmq_atomic_counter_set set atomic counter to new value
zmq_atomic_counter_value return value of atomic counter
zmq_bind accept incoming connections on a socket
zmq_close close 0MQ socket
zmq_connect create outgoing connection from socket
zmq_ctx_destroy terminate a 0MQ context
zmq_ctx_get get context options
zmq_ctx_new create new 0MQ context
zmq_ctx_set set context options
zmq_ctx_shutdown shutdown a 0MQ context
zmq_ctx_term terminate a 0MQ context
zmq_curve_keypair generate a new CURVE keypair
zmq_curve_public derive the public key from a private key
zmq_curve secure authentication and confidentiality
zmq_disconnect Disconnect a socket
zmq_errno retrieve value of errno for the calling thread
zmq_getsockopt get 0MQ socket options
zmq_gssapi secure authentication and confidentiality
zmq_has check a ZMQ capability
zmq_init initialise 0MQ context
zmq_inproc 0MQ local in-process (inter-thread) communication transport
zmq_ipc 0MQ local inter-process communication transport
zmq_msg_close release 0MQ message
zmq_msg_copy copy content of a message to another message
zmq_msg_data retrieve pointer to message content
zmq_msg_gets get message metadata property
zmq_msg_get get message property
zmq_msg_init_data initialise 0MQ message from a supplied buffer
zmq_msg_init_size initialise 0MQ message of a specified size
zmq_msg_init initialise empty 0MQ message
zmq_msg_more indicate if there are more message parts to receive
zmq_msg_move move content of a message to another message
zmq_msg_recv receive a message part from a socket
zmq_msg_routing_id return routing ID for message, if any
zmq_msg_send send a message part on a socket
zmq_msg_set_routing_id set routing ID property on message
zmq_msg_set set message property
zmq_msg_size retrieve message content size in bytes
zmq_null no security or confidentiality
zmq_pgm 0MQ reliable multicast transport using PGM
zmq_plain clear-text authentication
zmq_poll input/output multiplexing
zmq_proxy_steerable built-in 0MQ proxy with control flow
zmq_proxy start built-in 0MQ proxy
zmq_recvmsg receive a message part from a socket
zmq_recv receive a message part from a socket
zmq_send_const send a constant-memory message part on a socket
zmq_sendmsg send a message part on a socket
zmq_send send a message part on a socket
zmq_setsockopt set 0MQ socket options
zmq_socket_monitor monitor socket events
zmq_socket create 0MQ socket
zmq_strerror get 0MQ error message string
zmq_tcp 0MQ unicast transport using TCP
zmq_term terminate 0MQ context
zmq_tipc 0MQ unicast transport using TIPC
zmq_udp 0MQ UDP multicast and unicast transport
zmq_unbind Stop accepting connections on a socket
zmq_version report 0MQ library version
zmq_vmci 0MQ transport over virtual machine communicatios interface (VMCI) sockets
zmq_z85_decode decode a binary key from Z85 printable text
zmq_z85_encode encode a binary key as Z85 printable text

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