writef vs writeln and printing to the console
ibisbasenji at gmail.com
Sun Jan 9 03:17:41 PST 2011
On 01/08/11 17:03, Jesse Phillips wrote:
> Andrej Mitrovic Wrote:
>> Unfortunately I can't provide a simple test case, but I have a case where using:
>> inside a loop that runs a dozen times does not print out each line as the statement is reached, instead it prints out everything at once when the application is done. If I use this:
>> then I get each line printed out at the exact moment as this statement is reached. Is this normal behavior?
> I don't think new line means to flush the buffer like it does in printf. I think you can use stdout.flush() from stdio;
What Jesse said, but also: I can't help wondering if there's a special
reason why you cannot (or would rather not) use writefln(".....")?
-- Chris N-S
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