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Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2016 16:49:09 -0500
From: Max Ruttenberg <>
Subject: Enforcing expected ordering of operations on stdout, stdin, and stderr


I guess my question is more easily asked through an example. If I have code
that makes a call to puts and then a call to getchar, what mechanism
enforces that stdout gets flushed before blocking for stdin? Is there a
such a mechanism? My gut says yes but I haven't been able to pinpoint it.


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