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The assignment is similar the example available in Handouts Lecture 26 Page No. 208

A.o.A cs609 3rd assignment solution plz

Problem Statement:
Q: Write a program which reads two physically addressed blocks from disk using biosdisk() function.


#include #include FILE *fp;
unsigned char buf[1024];
unsigned char st[60];
unsigned char headno[10];
unsigned char secno[10];
unsigned char trackno[10];
void main (void) {
int i ;
for (i=0;i<1024;i++)
buf[i]=0;
gets(st);
fp=fopen(st,"wb");
printf("Head ");
gets(headno);
puts (headno);
i = biosdisk(2,0x80,atoi(headno), atoi(trackno),atoi(secno),2,buf) ;
if (*(((char *)(&i))+1)==0) {
fwrite(buf,2,1024,fp); fclose(fp);
}
else printf("Cannot Read Error# = %x",i);
}

CS609_Assignment_3-Solution_Spring_2019

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in this solution after reading the block writing in file but in assignment they ask to read only.

plz koi complete solution uplode kar do word ma 

ID:
Problem Statement:
Q: Write a program which reads two physically addressed blocks from disk using biosdisk() function.


#include #include FILE *fp;
unsigned char buf[1024];
unsigned char st[60];
unsigned char headno[10];
unsigned char secno[10];
unsigned char trackno[10];
void main (void) {
int i ;
for (i=0;i<1024;i++)
buf[i]=0;
gets(st);
fp=fopen(st,"wb");
printf("Head ");
gets(headno);
puts (headno);
i = biosdisk(2,0x80,atoi(headno), atoi(trackno),atoi(secno),2,buf) ;
if (*(((char *)(&i))+1)==0) {
fwrite(buf,2,1024,fp); fclose(fp);
}
else printf("Cannot Read Error# = %x",i);
}

3rd Assignment Cs609

Solution:

#include <bios.h>

#include <dos.h>

FILE *fp;

unsigned char buf[1024];

unsigned char st[60];

unsigned char headno[10];

unsigned char secno[10];

unsigned char trackno[10];

void main (void)

{

int i;

for (i=0; i<1024; i++)

buf[i]=0;

gets(st);

fp=fopeon(st,”wb”);

printf(“Head”);

gets(headno);

puts(headno);

printf(“/nsector ”);

gets(secno);

puts(secno);

printf(“/ntrack ”);

gets(trackno);

puts(trackno);

i = biosdisk(2, 0x80, atoi(headno), atoi(trackno), atoi(trackno), 2,buf);

}

if(*(((char *)(&i))+1)= =0)

{

fwrite(buf,2,1024,fp);

fclose(fp);

}

else

{

printf(“Cannot Read Error# = %x” i);

}

bhai is main sa correct soltuion kon sa ha??

include <bios.h>

#include <dos.h>

FILE *fp;

unsigned char buf[1024];

unsigned char st[60];

unsigned char headno[10];

unsigned char secno[10];

unsigned char trackno[10];

void main (void)

{

int i;

for (i=0; i<1024; i++)

buf[i]=0;

gets(st);

fp=fopeon(st,”wb”);

printf(“Head”);

gets(headno);

puts(headno);

printf(“/nsector ”);

gets(secno);

puts(secno);

printf(“/ntrack ”);

gets(trackno);

puts(trackno);

i = biosdisk(2, 0x80, atoi(headno), atoi(trackno), atoi(trackno), 2,buf);

}

if(*(((char *)(&i))+1)= =0)

{

fwrite(buf,2,1024,fp);

fclose(fp);

}

else

{

printf(“Cannot Read Error# = %x” i);

}


ye wala correct hai zain bro

fwrite(buf,2,1024,fp); 

fwrite(successfully file read); in ma kon sa thek hai  tariq sir g

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