0 is always returned.
Although FreeRTOS+UDP does not [currently] use the return value in a meaningful way, the return value is included in the function prototype to ensure consistency with the expected standard Berkeley sockets API, and to ensure compatibility with future versions of FreeRTOS+UDP.
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