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Rick Jelliffe scripsit:
> From: "John Cowan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > So if you can send ^D down your UNIX pipes, it is because the specific programs in the
> > > pipeline happen to be reading the input stream in binary mode not text mode.
> > There is no such distinction at all in Unix. If some stdio operations on
> > Windows terminate when they see a #x19 in the input, it is purely for CP/M
> > compatibility (no :-) ).
> Where did I say it was a distinction built into UNIX?
> I said "it is because the specific programs". And I gave examples of the
> APIs from C++, Python, Haskell and Perl where this can happen.
In their Unix implementations? No. No Unix stdio treats any incoming byte
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan email@example.com
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