int setlinebuf(FILE *stream);
function lets the program control the buffer of a given stream.
This function may be used after the stream pointed to by stream
is associated with an open file, but before any other operation
is performed on the stream. Except that it returns no value, the
setlinebuf() function is equivalent to the
setvbuf() function invoked with the values
(char *)NULL for buffer, _IONBF for
mode and zero for size.
Points to a FILE structure.
If successful, setlinebuf()
returns 0. On failure, it returns non-zero if an invalid value is
given for mode or if the request cannot be honored.
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- setbuf(), setbuffer(), setvbuf()
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