[ILUG-BOM] Re: Problem with g++
Tue Feb 11 13:39:47 IST 2003
Sankha Subhra Som wrote:
> But isnt it unnatural to have to flush the buffer manually.
Yes, it's unnatural. Why does appending a newline to your
output flush the buffer? What is this buffer anyway?!
This is not a C++ mailing list. And even if it were, you would
get flamed for asking such basic questions. As I said, go and
HTH; HAND (and DON'T respond to this)
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