tcp_connect_by_handle

	status.i4.v = tcp_connect_by_handle(tcp_host.i1a.r, tcp_port.i4.v,
					    handle.g.r [,message_func.f.v])

	This routine establishes a communication path for you to send or
	receive messages from a TCP server.

	tcp_host        name of the host with the server you wish to connect to
			(i.e. centra, clx40, etc.)
	tcp_port        port number of the server you wish to connect to
	handle		returned handle value which can then be passed
			to the tcp_disconnect, tcp_receive, and tcp_send
	[message_func]	address of AST routine to be called when you receive
			a message from the server. If not specified, it's 
			up to you to check for messages with tcp_receive.
			host and port are passed to this AST routine.		
			The host and port are passed to this function.
			(default is NULL)

	This function returns ACNET status values as follows:

	OK			success
	CBS_NO_SUCH		no such host name
	CBS_BUGCHECK		unable to open a socket
	CBS_NOTOPN		unable to connect to socket

	This function requires the following include files:

	cnsparam_h, cbslib_h, acnet_errors_h

	Related functions:

	tcp_disconnect_by_handle, tcp_receive_by_handle, tcp_send_by_handle,
	tcp_connect, tcp_disconnect, tcp_receive, tcp_send, tcp_send_wait

	C/C++ usage:

	static const char	tcp_host[] = "centra";
	int	status;
	int	tcp_port = 4353;
	void	*handle;
	void	message_func(char *host, int port);

	status = tcp_connect_by_handle(tcp_host,tcp_port,&handle,message_func);