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C# streamwriter.Write not printing entire string

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I am trying to write the output of a disassembled shader to a file.
Effect effect = Effect.FromFile(device, filename, null, null, ShaderFlags.None, null);
string text = effect.Disassemble(false);

stream.WriteLine(text);

I have checked the string "text" in the editor and it is complete, but when it is written to the file, the last few lines seem to be cut off. I have tried splitting the string and writing each of the split strings to the file, but that doesn't seem to help.

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That did it. Thanks.

I was flushing beforehand. When I tried split the larger string into substrings, I flushed between strings, but not after the last one.

I tried converting the string into a character array and told it to output the number of characters in the array. Especially in this case, why would there be data still left in the output buffer?

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