Flushing Socket Read/Write Buffers

Flushing Socket Read/Write Buffers

Post by Derrick Mos » Sat, 04 Nov 1995 04:00:00

    I've been working on a server program and I'm having some difficulty
figuring out how to flush the read/write buffers for my socket
connections.  Currently the buffers only seem to be flushed when I sent a
line feed character, but I want to send text which is not necessarily
terminated my a line feed.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Derrick Moser
2A Computer Engineering
University of Waterloo

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