On 2013/4/5 Robert Clausecker wrote:

Testing reveals that appending a dummy %c to the end of the formatting
string consumes a character that may or may not be pushed back otherwise
reliably. As I read the documentation this is still no guarantee that
this may change in future versions as the specification is a bit vague
on what formatting specifiers require a lookahead char.

It would be nice if somebody could confirm if the current behavior is
implementation defined or not. If not, how can I resolve this issue
without relying on implementation defined behavior?
You can read the line into a buffer, as a first step (using
bufio.Reader.ReadBytes/ReadSlice for example), then use fmt.Fscanf on
a bytes.Reader set to read this line.


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