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    Default universal outputstream

    hello,

    I have a question, is this possible to write an universal Ouputstream? I need to print out some data and as a parameter I have a given outputstream, thus I can write into different types of output?

    I guess it sounds strange, when i try to explain it....


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    Default Re: universal outputstream

    I don't really understand what you're asking. What do you mean by universal? Can you give us an example of what you think this might look like?
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