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hey guys, im really stuck with code im writing, the code is simply meant to calculate cpu usage, and cout to screen, however, a 1 second delay is needed between each loop. SO basically i have Loop { Code here to work out cpu usage cout<<cpuusage; sleep(1000) } Ok, basically what i want is a number, the CPU usage to be printed to screen after each second, but strangely what happens is about 20 results are printed to the screen after a 20second wait. I want it to however, print at every second, how and what should i do?

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Guest Anonymous Poster
try to flush the stream. e.g.

cout<

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meh

cout<<cpuusage;
cout.flush();

or

cout<<cpuusage<<endl;



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