C printf() function doesn't flush buffers by default, and a lot of code using it may miss this, therefore creating interactivity problems to the end user. It's not specific to C though - it's about the standard I/O streams, and the problem may appear anywhere. The post is based on StackExchange discussion, so you can dig deeper if you want: Turn off buffering in pipe.
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