Fflush

The C standard library `fflush` is used to synchronize the stream on which it is invoked with the actual content of the corresponding file

Stdout

The standard output stream (stdout) is the stream where a program writes its output data.



Chance buffer program

Example

"Stdout can be line-buffered meaning that output won t appear until you ve printed an entire line;the fflush isn t always necessary but it s a good idea"

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"When you interrupt the script there s a good chance the stdout buffer isn t fflush;in your program immediately after every printf add an fflush stdout to fflush the buffer"

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Others

Example

Occasionally the stdout needs more than a write method fflush is another common one which stringio will handle

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I guess that these lines have shorter output so the fflush frequency is lower i used the stdout line to print a deliberate help message

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Also relating to stdout in addition to flushing output per previous example stdout.flush you can ask ruby to automatically sync writes to an io buffer in this case stdout with associated device writes basically turns off internal buffering;also i find that sometimes fflush doesn t work for me and i use io.fsync instead

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So when you tell the program to fflush stdout you re really just telling it to take what s in stdout and make sure it s all displayed on the screen.;in computer science the term fflush doesn t mean to erase what s already in a buffer

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Stdout and flush? It's appending and not flushing

Nothing is written to stdout which is what print does before it s fflush;this happens implicitly when print ends with the standard newline but when you provide a different end like this and the string is short the implicit fflush doesn t happen

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I m pretty sure you guys aren t experiencing any errors the adding of n does nothing more than fflush your printing buffer and make it in fact a visible indication within your stdout or a terminal for this matter

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