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int main(void)
{
	int temp;

	cout<<"Press a key to continue"<<endl;
	getchar();

	cout<<"Again"<<endl;
	getchar();

	cout<<"And Again"<<endl;
	getchar();

	cout<<"O.K. now for a change, press a key"<<endl;
	cin>>temp;

	cout<<"Why didn''t input get blocked on this line?"<<endl;
	getchar();

	cout<<"End"<<endl;
        return 1;
}
Can anybody tell me why getchar() doesn''t block input after using cin, and how to remedy the situation

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Guest Anonymous Poster
The cin is probably leaving the \n inside the input stream (which is put in when you press enter), and so the getchar() just retrieves the \n and doesnt block

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