CSharp/C# >> Need Just one byte from Console.In

by Klaus H. Probst » Sat, 01 May 2004 05:21:32 GMT

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"HarryS" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message
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> How do i read in just one byte from the Console without having to type a
carriage-return. The Read and ReadBlock for System.Console.In seem to
require a carriage-return to terminate the read and these are of no use to
me.
>
> Thanks



CSharp/C# >> Need Just one byte from Console.In

by SGFycnlT » Sat, 01 May 2004 06:21:02 GMT


Thank you for your kindness. I couldn't find this earlier with much searching

Appreciatively

Harry

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