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Minix Operating system-C Language; need to view disk blocks

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i need to view the files blocks along with the name last access time and inode number, i have managed to do the last three but not the block number
im using the following header
include<stat.h>
include<dirent>
inlcude<stdio.h> etc

all i need to know is how i can view the files blocks address, i know inode.h holds an array of blocks
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check the files under src/fs/*.h.
u might all the definition for data structures and there u can move on.
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if you are still interested, look under extra help and extra help #2 sections at this link
http://cs.dixie.edu/f03/cs3400/Programs/p6.htm
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