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Arnab karmakar
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I am having problem with the following code.

char c = (char) input.read();

After the above line is executed .. when i try to take another input...it does not prompt for the input.

that is
char d = ( char) input.read();

I am not finding any prompt for the second input. Is there anything like flush which i used to have in C/C++.

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What is the "input" object? If you are reading from standard input (System.in) you may be getting more data than you expect. Try echoing the characters back to standard output as you read them in.
 
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And please use specific topics - most people look for help.

And some will not answer to unspecific topics, unformatted code, and fantasy names.
 
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