Processes and programs, Operating System

Processes and Programs

  • Process is a dynamic entity which is a program in execution. A process is a sequence of information executions. Process exists in a limited span of time. Two or more processes can be executing the same program every using their own resources and data.
  • Program is a static entity made up of program statement. Program comprises the instructions. A program exists at single place in space and continues to exist. A program doesn't perform action by itself.

 

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