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A.Avinash_Goutham Group Title

what is the difference b/n system program and application program?

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  1. ktobah Group Title
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    If I am sure, the system program is bellowing to the Operating System, so it has a high priority, the opposite of a user/application program, which is just a normal program.

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    like a high priority part of OS? but that's kernel....r like smthin assisting OS?

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    yes part of the OS, usually we called them routines

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    Yeah, systems programming is generally low-level and accesses hardware directly. Application programming usually builds on abstractions and stays at a fairly high level comparatively.

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    oh ok thanks :)

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