Anton Heuschen wrote:
> I have a question regarding echo of a var/string in a loop on each instance
> A shortened example:
> Lets say I have an array of values (rather big), and then I loop
> through this array:
> for or foreach :
> {
>    $value = $arrValAll[$i];
>    echo "test".$i."--> ".$value;
> }
> When the script runs it will only start to echo values after certain
> period ... it does not echo immediately ... how can I force it start
> echo as soon as the first echo instance is done ? I thought ob_start
> does this but I have tried it and not getting what I want.
> Is there some other way/correct to do this?

call flush() after each echo to flush the buffer to the client.
That should work...

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