[tex-k] How read_ln works in Pascal?

Igor Liferenko igor.liferenko at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 14:23:49 CET 2022

Hello Wolfgang,

>         if eoln(term_in) then read_ln(term_in);
> eoln means: "the end of the current line is reached"
> read_ln means: "skip to the beginning of the next line"

This code only makes sense if "reset(term_in)" does not do
"get()" if the "reset" is called second and subsequent times.
Is this the case?

Thank you,

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