SV: [fpc-pascal] writeln in threads on linux
Ole J. Røtne
ole.rotne at online.no
Sun Jul 2 16:32:36 CEST 2006
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> Florian Klaempfl
> Sendt: 2. juli 2006 12:46
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> Emne: Re: [fpc-pascal] writeln in threads on linux
> > And if this is a "wrong way" of doing this thing, could
> someone tell
> > me how it should be..
> You probably want to guard the output with mutexes or semaphores.
> Writing unsynchronized to a stream has always unexpected results.
Did try to wrap both of the WriteLn() with
And to answer another post at the same time..
If I use: Writeln('.....', LineEnding);
I get the double lineshift thing all over again, same as using #13#10..
And so on...
And as I said in my last post.
When the program terminates, the lineshift thing is still there.
Seem like something isn't cleared/reset at program termination..
If I press enter, the next prompt end up after the other. (no lineshift)
olejr at linux-box:~/test> olejr at linux-box:~/test>
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