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CPU Scheduling algorithm: SRTF program

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How to code the Shortest Remaining Time First(SRTF)? I'm having a hard time on coding the pre-emptive part of the algorithm. Thanks a lot.
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Hi joymavs,

Any of the "best fit vs. first fit vs. worst fit" algorithms should give you a pretty good insight.  If you've already coded this kind of logic into any program just replicate the logic.


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