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6:14pm Thu 7th Sep, Christopher M.

> Or would it be the maximum number of processes running at a particular time at which the program is being run?
Yes, this.
> I was wondering about this because, if we were to manipulate a single command with only the spawn system call, we would be able to create infinite processes, and thus wouldn't this require dynamic memory allocation? I tried this in the sample solution and the output stopped after a large number of lines were printed to the screen.
Your project should be able to spawn an infinite number of processes(!), though at most MAX_RUNNING_PROCESSES will ever be running at any one time.

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