if using the GUI, turn off buffering, or use 'flush.console()' after 'cat'.

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On Jul 21, 2011, at 7:34, "Bogaso Christofer" <

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> Hi all, I have a lengthy 'for' loop and for each loop I want to track the

> iteration number that is currently going on. For this, I have tried

> following:

>

>

>

>> for (i in 1:10) {

>

> + DumDat <- rnorm(1000)

>

> + cat("iteration:", i, " \n")

>

> + }

>

> iteration: 1

>

> iteration: 2

>

> iteration: 3

>

> iteration: 4

>

> iteration: 5

>

> iteration: 6

>

> iteration: 7

>

> iteration: 8

>

> iteration: 9

>

> iteration: 10

>

>

>

> However when I run this loop, all iteration numbers are showing only after

> completion of all calculation, so could not achieve my goal. Can somebody

> help me out, how can I do that?

>

>

>

> Thanks,

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