Re: Communicating with process

From: TOKUNAGA Takenobu <>
Date: Fri, 31 May 1996 10:10:32 JST

> The problem comes from cat which keep the characters in its own buffer.
> For some reason, using "cat -u" don't help here (at least on sunos4).
> A possible solution, consists to put explicitly a nul character at the end of
> the sting you write (a EOT should work also).

Thanks Erick.

As far as "cat" concerned, it works. But this does not work with the
filter I want use. It seems to read the input with "fgets" and to
print the output with "fprintf + fflush."

May be I should to consult the developper of the filter.
Thanks anyway.

Received on Fri May 31 1996 - 03:12:57 CEST

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