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Consider a concurrent program with processes, p and q, defined as follows. A, B, C, D, and E are arbitrary atomic (indivisible) statements.

. Consider a concurrent program with processes, p and q, defined as follows. A, B, C, D, and E are arbitrary atomic (indivisible) statements. Assume that the main program (not shown) concurrently execute the two processes (20 pts)

void p()

{

A;

B;

C;

}



void q()

{

D;

E;

}

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