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4:00pm Tue 23rd Aug, Zhuo H.

I wish to ask if the program will possibly face a command that starts from the previous month and continues to this month and it somehow forms the maximum number of commands running. And can we assume the year will be 2022 and 2022 only (cause we are asked to not consider leap year, which will definitely affect the calculation of the day_in_week,) unless we can accept there could be a gap in the timeline? Besides, there is no input about which year, unless we import time.h to get the current year at the real-time, But if that so, there seems no point to ignore leap years because these can be easily get from time.h.


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6:57pm Tue 23rd Aug, Benjamin C.
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I read as an answer to another question, that "No process will execute beyond the month in which it starts, so a limit of 31*24*60 minutes."


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5:50am Wed 24th Aug, Christopher M.

Please also read the (now numbered) section on Requirements and fine-print: 8. Your project only needs to simulate the execution of processes for the requested month (of the current year). All processes will have terminated before the end of the requested month.

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