On Sep 27, 2002 at 11:37, Philip S Tellis wrote:
On Thu, 26 Sep 2002, Satya wrote:
Bah, I should've used fgets() for my parser,
instead of reading a
character at a time and examining it. Bah. Philip, is my method so
horrendous that I should replace it with fgets(), assuming it's not
character at a time is fine if you don't care about
bufferring. However, you'll have to take care of backspace yourself.
It's reading from a disk file, so no worries about backspace and such.
It's good when you're doing a non-blocking read
Whta's good? fgets()?
I'm doing a select()ed read elsewhere. The select call is doing
double-duty: waiting for a packet and waiting for a timeout.
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