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i have to construct a sorted (by size) list of active processes in Minix. If a process is being executed more than once then its name must be only one time in the list. Finally i have to present the list in a "formatted" way.
Are we expected to do your home/coursework for you? This is the second thread of this nature you have posted. A little self help wouldn't go amiss. Try using google to find the answers first before posting a request for help.
Homework trolls don't think---some don't even have a brain.
We are breeding a whole new class of people in the world--characterized by ambition for advancement without any accompanying willingness to work or learn. They care only about securing a job and not about actually learning anything--much less contributing to society.
Don't get me started!!!----no, wait!...you already did.....
I had a professor who was asked to teach a course on Linux (well it touched on the subject for 6 weeks) and had to ask in these very forums for the proper way to do things so he knew how to properly grade homework assignments. WOW interesting course that was.
A former boss of mine has attended a trade school. For the final each group was supposed to fix a Television. They had no idea how to proceed. One group dropped the set about 4 inches and it started working. A second group saw that and did the same. Sparks and smoke!