|Input.Flush||Part of Input module|
|Description||The Input.Flush procedure empties the keyboard buffer. It is often used to avoid accidentally reading multiple
keystrokes because the user pressed a key for too long, causing autorepeat.|
|Example|| This program echoes input from the keyboard at a rate of 10 characters per second. If you hold down a key, the echoing will stop as soon as you stop
pressing the key. Without the Input.Flush, the program continues to echo many more keystrokes that have accumulated in the keyboard buffer.|
loop if hasch then put getchar .. Input.Flush delay (100) end if end loop
|Status|| Exported qualified.|
This means that you can only call the function by calling Input.Flush, not by calling Flush.