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Flush the Console Buffer after run

I'm creating some samples for a project, and when using Console.WriteLine inside Tasks, the messages usually won't appear in the log window.

I'm currently required to add a "Thread.Sleep(1000)" or "Task.Delay(1000)" to allow the console buffer to appear.

It would be much better for everyone if this was handled by .NET Fiddle by default.

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