Input.FlushPart of Input module

Syntax   Input.Flush

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.

            if hasch then
                put getchar ..
                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.