Anyway, this still wasn't solving the problem. I started out actually with getc(), because I figured that with autoflush on, there would be no way I wouldn't get all the chars up to the point where this seperate process typed out the line (without a carriage return) with the wait for a "y" or "n". But for some reason, just on that one line, the getc() stopped working it seemed.
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Re: Re: Re: nonblocking char reads from OUTPUT stream from open3
by dakkar (Hermit) on Dec 16, 2002 at 17:18 UTC