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A safe state can be defined as a state in which the operating system is able to allocate requested resources to all process, up to the maximum request such that there will be no occurrence of a deadlock. While an unsafe state is one in which the occurring of a deadlock is inevitable but the deadlock has not occurred yet. 


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