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#include <stdio.h> void setbuffer(FILE *file, char *buffer, int length);
This function modifies the buffering characteristics of file.
First, if the file already has a buffer, it is freed. If there was any
pending data in it, it is lost, so this function should only be used
immediately after a call to
If the buffer passed is
NULL, the file is set to
unbuffered. If a non-
NULL buffer is passed, it must be at least
size bytes in size, and the file is set to fully buffered.
See section setbuf. See section setlinebuf. See section setvbuf.
setbuffer(stdout, malloc(10000), 10000);
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