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Who can tell me what the difference between out.clear() and out.clearBuffer() is? Please give me the examples in details. Thanks.
 
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Both clear the contents of the buffer. clearBuffer() merely clears the buffer but doesn't throw IOException if the buffer has already been flushed when clear() does.
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