Why is it that flushall(); works for me in this code and cout.flush(); doesn't??
basically, when I have flushall(); it works fine in that the program doesn't skip the getting name thing. but if I put cout.flush(); it doesn't work and if I don't have any flushing thing there it acts as it would with cout.flush() or rather cout.flush acts as if there wasn't any flusher.
while ( i<drivers )
cout.flush(); //not working like flushall();
// flushall(); //was used, but it don't really want
//to need to have it there if possible
cout<< endl << "What is your name: ";
cin.getline( TempName, NAME_SIZE );
// to be entered into a struct, but I didn't put it in this
// cause it would just clutter up the post
I bet that if someone compiles this they actually won't need a buffer for it which leads me to further confusion ... argh