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Inter-Process Communication (IPC) :

IPC stands for Inter-Process Communication.

Inter-process communication (IPC) is the communication between processes.

The processes can communicate with each other by shared data and by message passing and by synchronizing with other processes by means of the semaphore.

There are two types of processes one is independent and second is cooperative.

Inter-Process Communication (IPC) is used for making cooperative processes.

The types of Inter-Process Communication (IPC) are :

  • Signal
  • Shared memory
  • Semaphores
  • Message queue
  • Mapped memory
  • Pipe
  • Socket
  • FIFO


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