read-from-stdin

How to Read from stdin in Haskell

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In haskell there are two ways to read the stdin stream. Which one to use depends on what you’re trying to accomplish I guess.

How to Read from stdin in Cpp

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Reading from stdin in C++ is surprisingly concise. Only 12 lines of code (including includes and empty lines).

How to Read from stdin in Lisp

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Just as with reading program arguments - lisp looks a bit weird when reading from the stdin stream. That is until you get the hang of it.

How to Read from stdin in Java

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Reading from stdin in java looks like in most languages. Standard in is bound to System.in - and must be opened as if it where a file just like in c.

How to Read from stdin in JavaScript

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In javascript (nodejs anyway) stdin can be read as a stream of bytes. Therefore you need to tell node which encoding it is (utf-8 in our instance). We do the...

How to Read from stdin in PHP

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Reading from stdin in PHP is just like reading a file. The only difference is that the file to read is called php://stdin

How to Read from stdin in Elixir

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Elixir is rather easy - as long as you get past the pattern matching barrier I stumpled into when writing about how to read program arguments.

How to Read from stdin in C

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Reading from stdin in c - is exactly like reading from a file. (In unix philosophy - everything is a file after all). This means that the how to read a file ...

How to Read from stdin in Go

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Reading from stdin in go is as easy as reading from os.Stdin - the ioutil.ReadAll method reads all bytes into a buffer and allows you to handle the input onc...