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Accession date: contributions of October Exclamation 2010: 2 Hello everyone,

I’m trying to implement various pipe management using recursion.

I’m stuck how and where there are the recursion .i can create a simple program with a pipe. however not to standardize, 2 or 3 tubes will use.
I want a user how many tubes as he wants that I have to use recursion.

For example, I’ve commands in a command array char * COMM_ARR [n] [n]
where COMM_ARR [0] [0] is the first command with arguments COMM_ARR [0] [1 .. n];
second command with arguments COMM_ARR [1] and COMM_ARR [1] [0] [1; … n]

Can someone pls parts to run the code for this?

Thank you very much ambika_29 is offline 

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