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Answer to Question #76959 in C for Ali alkailany

Question #76959
A list of integers is divided into two smaller lists of equal size. Two separate threads (which we will term sorting threads) sort each sublist using a sorting algorithm. The two sublists are then merged by a third thread—a merging thread—which merges the two sublists into a single sorted list. Because global data are shared across all threads, perhaps the easiest way to set up the data is to create a global array. Each sorting thread will work on one half of this array. A second global array of the same size as the unsorted integer array will also be established. The merging thread will then merge the two sublists into this second array
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