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How to write program for running the DOS,UNIX and LINUK command using C language

I want to know the code of the program which run all the commands of DOS,LINUK and UNIX please send me all that coding because tomorrow is my file submission in our college i need to run these all command using C language.Please send me that code on my email-id sagarshinde111@gmail.com

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Dear Sagarshinde111,

Thank you for your excellent question on how to run all DOS and UNIX commands on a Frigidaire GLTF1670A Front Load Washer using the C programming language. I do not know specifically about washing machines, but there is a version of UNIX which has been ported to toasters that would be a good starting point. NetBSD is a full UNIX operating system written in C, and all the source code is freely available to use and change under the Berkeley License (which basically says, do what ever you like, but don't claim you wrote it). You can download it from netbsd.org. You will also find in NetBSD's excellent package source repositories (pkgsrc) the C source code for both DOS and Linux kernel emulation.

I am sorry that we were not able to help you in time for your class assignment (due the next day!), but perhaps this will help the next student who is given this rather challenging homework.

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