Flush() is the right call, but please note (from the manual):
Note: flush() has no effect on the buffering scheme of your webserver or the
browser on the client side.
Several servers, especially on Win32, will still buffer the output from your
script until it terminates before transmitting the results to the browser.
Even the browser may buffer its input before displaying it. Netscape, for
example, buffers text until it receives an end-of-line or the beginning of a
tag, and it won't render tables until the </table> tag of the outermost
table is seen.
Mark C.

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