Re: none

From: d. hall (dhall@illusion.apk.net)
Date: 02/07/96


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 thus on Wed, 7 Feb 1996 21:51:10 -0500 (EST), Ben virtually scripted...

Ben> How about setting a flag on the pc, if it is set ON, add a newline
Ben> every time a letter is entered...then the get_input() should think
Ben> that <enter> has been hit.  It will then be on its merry way to
Ben> parsing it....  It may be that you specifically have to toss it out of
Ben> the get_input() loop via the flag..  It just depends on where it
Ben> checks for <newline>

1. it's a CLIENT based, whether the input buffer is raw or cooked.  the
   only standard way to make the input unbuffered is to use telnet escape
   codes (there is one to turn off buffered input)

2. tintin and some other clients normally don't support the full telnet
   escape codes.

d.
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