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In a non multi programming os,  a deadlock will occur due to

a. When two process share the same variable

b.  Can never happen

C. When two process run at the same time, waiting for resources held by each other

D. When an interrupt occurs.
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I think you are talking about batch programing system. b seems to be correct answer?
Sir the deadlock will not occur is the correct answer
I am not sure, so you can check once, but in batch programming system, only one process is active one at a time hence deadlock shouldn't occur.
In multi programming system, many programs are loaded into main memory, but in non-multi programming, only one process will in memory at a time. It is not possible to have a deadlock involving only one single process.

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