Unformatted text preview: Compiler Loader/linker File transfer protocol Remote login Grading: For each part, 5 pts for clear, correct answers, 4 for correct but vague, 2 for articulate but wrong, 1 for wrong and vague. List of correct answers is necessarily incomplete. There is apparent overlap between the questions: Either user processes or system processes can invoke system calls. They are usually in the form of assembler instructions, but in some systems they can be invoked from higher-level languages in the form of predefined function or subroutine calls. System programs provide services that are likely to be useful to many users. System programs are situated in the logical hierarchy above the operating system, but below application programs. Services provided by the operating system can be invoked by system calls and by system programs. Add 50 points for 19.2....
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- Spring '09
- Assembly Language, Computer program, File-system manipulation Inter-process