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standard inputThe source from which input data are expected. In programming, "stdin" refers to the keyboard. Contrast with standard output.
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Usually, the contents that need to be represented symbolically in the symbolic execution process are stdin
, file, network input and output, the command line, and so on.
A "client" program can then connect its own socket to the server's socket, at which time the client program's writes to the socket are read as stdin
to the server program, and stdout from the server program are read from the client's socket reads.