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Re: [CPROG] Flushing af stdin



In article <sslug@sslug> you wrote:

> Ok så,
> ----------
> int ch;
> for (;;) {
> 	/* Det første tegn indtastet i løbet af de sidste 2 sek. læses. */
> 	ch = getchar();
> 	/* Her flusher vi så stdin. (Det ville vi i hvert fald gerne). */
> 	/* Og så sover vi mens stdin måske fyldes lidt op igen. */
> 	sleep(2);
> }

Jeg vil foreslå at du bruger en løkke med  select() og så read().

....

> Og det er meget muligt, det ikke giver mening, men er det muligt?
> En eller anden foreslog:

> 	if (ch != EOF)
> 		while (getchar() != EOF)

> og det er sådan set præcis det jeg gerne vil - bare med et enkelt kald.
> Hvis man ikke kan det bruger jeg bare ovenstående.

Bortset fra at så er input slut, og der er ikke mere at komme efter,
så hvorfor overhovedet lave en "flush/purge" ?


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