Specify the socket address to send to in the standard way.
cl:base-string or an 8-bit
A function designator for a function of 1 argument.
A lower bounding index designator for buffer.
An upper bounding index designator for buffer.
nil or a non-negative real.
A function designator.
A Lisp object.
async-io-state-send-message-to-address asynchronously sends a message from buffer between start and end to the socket address which is specified by hostspec and service. For the interpretation of hostspec and service see Specifying the target for connecting and binding a socket.
error-callback, timeout, start, end and user-info have the same meaning as in async-io-state-write-buffer.
async-io-state-send-message-to-addressis typically used only with an async-io-state containing a UDP socket, created by create-async-io-state-and-udp-socket, create-async-io-state-and-connected-udp-socket or calling create-async-io-state with udp non-nil.
async-io-state-send-message-to-addressuses the family of the socket to decide whether to look for IPv6 or IPv4 addresses. If async-io-state was created by create-async-io-state, the ipv6 argument to create-async-io-state must match the family of the socket for
LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 20 Sep 2017