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    Examples of CPU intensive, memory intensive, I/O intensive C code required

    Can someone please post c codes which are either memory intensive, cpu intensive or I/O intensive , atleast 1 example of each, And please keep the codes as small as possible....

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    Shivam Sharma

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    Re: Examples of CPU intensive, memory intensive, I/O intensive C code required

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    Re: Examples of CPU intensive, memory intensive, I/O intensive C code required

    I am not asking u to write down the whole code u can simply tell like the algorithm for Optimal binary search tree is CPU intensive or some other sort is memory intensive.... I am just asking you to write down a few examples

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