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/*Program to implement Banker's algorithm with p processes and 1 resource having multiple instances, where 1<=p<=10 Variable description: p -> number of processes, allocation[ ]- number of allocated resources, max[ ]-number of maximum resources required, need=max-allocation, available-number of instances of resource available,flag->to keep track of processes which have been allocated the needed resources, sequence->to save safe sequence */ #include<stdio.h> int main() { int p, allocation[10], max[10], need[10], available,i,j,flag[10],x=0,sequence[10],c=0; printf("Enter the number of process \n"); scanf("%d",&p); for (i=0;i<p;i++) { flag[i]=0; //initially no process's need is fulfilled } for(i=0;i<p;i++) { printf("Enter the allocation for process P[%d]\n",i);
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