I'm writing a simple console app in C#, .NET 2.0. It starts new threads using a threading timer, while it interprets commands on the main thread.
I currently take three commands:
P - Pause
C - Continue
Q - Quit
This functionality works quite well, but unfortunately when I type P, C, or Q (or any other character for that matter), the character goes to STDOUT. Is there a way I can stop this programatically? Also it'd be useful to know if I could disable and re-enable STDIN -> STDOUT.
Thanks in advance.
Sounds like you are using
Which clearly states in the documentation that it prints to the screen and if you don't want to output to the screen you should use the overloaded version
Which does not output.