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How do you not force changes in a StreamWriter to be sent to the stream it is writing to?
on 9/29/2008 | Category:
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Select from following answers:
Close the StreamWriter
Call the Flush method of the StreamWriter
Set the AutoFlush property of the StreamWriter to true.
Close the stream.
Closing the stream does not cause the data to be flushed, and subsequent use of the StreamWriter (including StreamWriter.Close) will cause an exception.
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