6 examples of 'python flush print' in Python

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163def pyPrint(stuff):
164 stuff = 'PY:' + stuff + "\n"
165 sys.stdout.write(stuff)
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66def flush(s):
67 pass
47def flush(fd):
48 sys.stdout.flush()
41def print_and_flush(this_string, handler = sys.stdout):
42 """
43 Prints a string to an opened file handler and makes a flush to ensure it's written.
44
45 @param this_string: The string to be written.
46 @param handler: The file handler to write in.
47 """
48 handler.write(this_string)
49 handler.flush()
278def flush(self):
279 try:
280 self._stream.flush()
281 except Exception as e:
282 complain('%s.flush: %r from %r' % (self.name, e, self._stream))
283 raise
84def flush():
85 global _queue
86 for entry in _queue:
87 # console output
88 if entry["console"]:
89 print("[" + entry["module"] + "] " + entry["prefix"] + entry["msg"])
90
91 # file output
92 logfilename = _config["logfolder"] + "/" + entry["module"] + ".log"
93 #os.makedirs(os.path.dirname(logfilename), exist_ok=True)
94 with gopen(logfilename,"a") as logfile:
95 logfile.write(entry["time"] + " " + entry["prefix"] + entry["msg"] + "\n")
96
97 _queue = []

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