using #define endl "\n" macro

Revision en1, by leafvillageninja, 2018-12-17 18:18:25

Isn't it a good idea to use a macro which replaces all the instances of endl with "\n" in all of my C++ programs to speed-up my code because doing so will stop unnecessary flushing of stdout?

Asking this because I have never seen anyone using such a macro.

Of course, in certain problems like the interactive ones, where I have to flush stdout, I will have to write fflush(stdout) separately.


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