Posix threads and mutex, Computer Engineering

The objective of this practical assignment is to use the POSIX environment to write a program that simulates the supply and demand between three processes: warehouse, factory and retail.

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Apart from the MINGW compiler that we use for this practical there are others compiler that can also be used. A search on Google with key words such as "c compiler" will provide you with all the possible options. Here I provide you some more options that you might use at home ([2]-[4]). For program editing you can use jGRSP which can be downloaded from Notepad++ which can be downloaded from.

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