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what is the difference between buffering and unbuffering in c#.net...?

i want to know the difference between buffering and unbeffering in c#.net and how it is working... with .net..?
May 4 '07 #1
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Can you please elaborate on your question. Buffering means putting data into your buffer and unbuffering means taking data out. I don't understand your question.
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