Re: synchronous freebsd print
> This is a standard C question.
Sorry, if this clarification is too simple, but I
thought freeBSD kernel implemented its own
print function. and the man for fflush says it is
in the standard C-library.
and the kernel source has no defn for fflush.
I saw lots of kernel related questions asked
in this list, so I posted my question here. Please
correct me if I am wrong.
and Yes in the kernel code I have a "\n" at the end
of my print, still the print is not complete and
the line next to it that causes the crash does
not give the result I want. Is this a common
scenario or am I doing something wrong.
Peter Jeremy <email@example.com> wrote: On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 12:08:28AM -0800, Sanjeev Kumar.S wrote:[color=blue]
> I have a quick question, and I believe this will
> be a common requirement.[/color]
This is a standard C question.
> I do a print of some data and then immediately
> in a next statement there is a crash.[/color]
> Is there anyway to get the complete print
> before executing the next instruction.[/color]
Look at fflush(3)
Please excuse any delays as the result of my ISP's inability to implement
an MTA that is either RFC2821-compliant or matches their claimed behaviour.
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