My log file has nothing in it. My output is coming out in the wrong order. When my program terminates abnormally, the output is incomplete. My web server says I didn't send the right headers, but I'm sure I did. I'm trying to send data over the network, but nothing is sent. If this is you, I'm afraid you're probably a victim of buffering. For efficiency, Perl uses a trick called buffering to reduce the amount of system resources it uses. This article will teach you how to get around buffering by flushing or disabling buffering all together.
Suffering from Buffering?
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Learn to Flush on command or disable buffering
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