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I am currently working on implementing an operating system in turbo c which uses c as the programming language. For this project we must implement pagination. I have absolutely no idea how to do this in c and most web results are for web pages using mySQL or java or css etc. Does anyone know how to do this?

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What do YOU know about pagination? Don't ask for the answers. Ask questions that will help you find the answers on your own!

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I know that pagination is splitting up a text document which is being presented to the user based upon the amount of characters which can be placed on the screen. I wasn't looking for a code solution I was just looking for a point in the correct direction like trying a list with a counter. Or read it all first break the text into arrays and print the arrays. I've been trying this for the past week, and was in need of a fresh idea to try. Sorry I tried to get some help.

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Ok. But to me, pagination (especially in context of implementing an operating system) refers to memory (RAM and VM) in that memory is sectioned off into pages. I wasn't sure if that was what you were referring to or not (apparently NOT), so I wanted you to clarify your question so we could give you the appropriate help. A spiel on virtual memory and memory paging would not have helped you! :-) So, let me re-read your original post with the fact in mind that you are talking about text pagination and when I have a bit of free time today I'll get back to you.

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