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Old 09-28-2003, 04:23 PM   #1
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Interleaving using pipes


Anyone have any experience in interleaving processes with pipes in c++? I'm trying to write a program that will split using fork() and then the child will output and then the parent will output. I am told that I have to use pipes to do this so that the processor won't just pick random outputs. Any ideas?? Sample code would help a ton. Thanks.

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advanced linux programming, chapter 3-processes and chapter 5-ipc, its in my bookmarks or you can google it


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