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Re: autoflush on/off

 
 
Lele Gaifax
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      02-05-2013
Terry Reedy <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:

> It looks like you should perhaps just forget about reopening and just
> use sys.stdout.flush(). This works fine even on IDLE.


As an alternative, can't you just use sys.stderr for printing such
feedback? sys.stderr is unbuffered by default...

ciao, lele.
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