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Consider a disk that has $10$ data blocks starting from block $14$ through $23.$ Let there be $2$ files on the disk$: f1$ and $f2.$ The directory structure lists that the first data blocks of $f1$ and $f2$ are respectively $22$ and $16.$ Given the $FAT$ table entries as below, what are the data blocks allotted to $f1$ and $f2? (14,18); (15,17); (16,23); (17,21); (18,20); (19,15); (20, −1); (21, −1); (22,19); (23,14).$ In the above notation, $(x, y)$ indicates that the value stored in table entry $x$ points to data block $y.$
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Number of blocks that will be allotted to $f_1: 22, 19, 15, 17, 21$

Number of blocks that will be allotted to $f_2: 16, 23, 14, 18, 20$

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