# Banker's algorithm

Banker's algorithm is a draft programming task. It is not yet considered ready to be promoted as a complete task, for reasons that should be found in its talk page.
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The Banker's algorithm is a resource allocation and deadlock avoidance algorithm developed by Edsger Dijkstra that tests for safety by simulating the allocation of predetermined maximum possible amounts of all resources, and then makes a "s-state" check to test for possible deadlock conditions for all other pending activities, before deciding whether allocation should be allowed to continue.

## Contents

#### Example input

Assuming that the system distinguishes between four types of resources, (A, B, C and D), the following is an example of how those resources could be distributed. Note that this example shows the system at an instant before a new request for resources arrives. Also, the types and number of resources are abstracted. Real systems, for example, would deal with much larger quantities of each resource.

```Total resources in system:
A B C D
6 5 7 6
```
```Available system resources are:
A B C D
3 1 1 2
```
```Processes (currently allocated resources):
A B C D
P1 1 2 2 1
P2 1 0 3 3
P3 1 2 1 0
```
```Processes (maximum resources):
A B C D
P1 3 3 2 2
P2 1 2 3 4
P3 1 3 5 0
```
```Need= maximum resources - currently allocated resources
Processes (need resources):
A B C D
P1 2 1 0 1
P2 0 2 0 1
P3 0 1 4 0
```

## C

Standard binary heap-as-priority queue affair. Only that each node links back to its heap position for easier update.

There are two `main()` functions to choose from (look for `#define BIG_EXAMPLE`), one is for task example, the other is a much heavier duty test case.

`#include <stdio.h>#include <stdbool.h> int main() {    int curr;    int max_claim;    int avl;    int alloc = {0, 0, 0, 0, 0};    int max_res;    int running;     int i, j, exec, r, p;    int count = 0;    bool safe = false;     printf("\nEnter the number of resources: ");    scanf("%d", &r);     printf("\nEnter the number of processes: ");    scanf("%d", &p);    for (i = 0; i < p; i++) {        running[i] = 1;        count++;    }     printf("\nEnter Claim Vector: ");    for (i = 0; i < r; i++)        scanf("%d", &max_res[i]);     printf("\nEnter Allocated Resource Table: ");    for (i = 0; i < p; i++) {        for (j = 0; j < r; j++)            scanf("%d", &curr[i][j]);    }     printf("\nEnter Maximum Claim table: ");    for (i = 0; i < p; i++) {        for (j = 0; j < r; j++)            scanf("%d", &max_claim[i][j]);    }     printf("\nThe Claim Vector is: ");    for (i = 0; i < r; i++)        printf("%d ", max_res[i]);     printf("\nThe Allocated Resource Table:\n");    for (i = 0; i < p; i++) {        for (j = 0; j < r; j++)            printf("\t%d", curr[i][j]);        printf("\n");    }     printf("\nThe Maximum Claim Table:\n");    for (i = 0; i < p; i++) {        for (j = 0; j < r; j++)            printf("\t%d", max_claim[i][j]);        printf("\n");    }     for (i = 0; i < p; i++)        for (j = 0; j < r; j++)            alloc[j] += curr[i][j];     printf("\nAllocated resources: ");    for (i = 0; i < r; i++)        printf("%d ", alloc[i]);    for (i = 0; i < r; i++)        avl[i] = max_res[i] - alloc[i];     printf("\nAvailable resources: ");    for (i = 0; i < r; i++)        printf("%d ", avl[i]);    printf("\n");     while (count != 0) {        safe = false;        for (i = 0; i < p; i++) {            if (running[i]) {                exec = 1;                for (j = 0; j < r; j++) {                    if (max_claim[i][j] - curr[i][j] > avl[j]) {                        exec = 0;                        break;                    }                }                 if (exec) {                    printf("\nProcess%d is executing.\n", i + 1);                    running[i] = 0;                    count--;                    safe = true;                    for (j = 0; j < r; j++)                        avl[j] += curr[i][j];                    break;                }            }        }         if (!safe) {            printf("\nThe processes are in unsafe state.");            break;        }         if (safe)            printf("\nThe process is in safe state.");         printf("\nAvailable vector: ");        for (i = 0; i < r; i++)            printf("%d ", avl[i]);    }     return 0;}`
Input and Output:
```Enter the number of resources: 4

Enter the number of processes: 5

Enter Claim Vector: 8 5 9 7

Enter Allocated Resource Table: 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 4 0 0 3 0 2 1 0 1 0 3 0

Enter Maximum Claim table: 3 2 1 4 0 2 5 2 5 1 0 5 1 5 3 0 3 0 3 3

The Claim Vector is: 8 5 9 7
The Allocated Resource Table:
2       0       1       1
0       1       2       1
4       0       0       3
0       2       1       0
1       0       3       0

The Maximum Claim Table:
3       2       1       4
0       2       5       2
5       1       0       5
1       5       3       0
3       0       3       3

Allocated resources: 7 3 7 5
Available resources: 1 2 2 2

Process3 is executing.

The process is in safe state.
Available vector: 5 2 2 5
Process1 is executing.

The process is in safe state.
Available vector: 7 2 3 6
Process2 is executing.

The process is in safe state.
Available vector: 7 3 5 7
Process4 is executing.

The process is in safe state.
Available vector: 7 5 6 7
Process5 is executing.

The process is in safe state.
Available vector: 8 5 9 7```

## Go

WP cites EWD-108 and has EWD-623 as further reading. In using the analogy of a money, EWD-108 considers only a single type of resource. EWD-623 seems mostly in terms of a single resource but a couple of times says "all resources." This subtly hints that the algorithm can be adapted for multiple resource types. WP then gives an array-based presentation that works for multiple resources.

This solution is more inspired by EWD-623 than WP. EWD-623, while it talks of finding a permutation of processes, notes that the "ordering effort" can be stopped as soon as the process requesting resources happens to be found satisfiable. The solution here attempts to make this finding as soon as possible by moving the process to the front of a list of unsatisfied processes. Also since the solved permutation of satisfied processes has no use, it is not kept which simplifies the algorithm a bit.

`package bank import (    "bytes"    "errors"    "fmt"    "log"    "sort"    "sync") type PID stringtype RID stringtype RMap map[RID]int // format RIDs in orderfunc (m RMap) String() string {    rs := make([]string, len(m))    i := 0    for r := range m {        rs[i] = string(r)        i++    }    sort.Strings(rs)    var b bytes.Buffer    b.WriteString("{")    for _, r := range rs {        fmt.Fprintf(&b, "%q: %d, ", r, m[RID(r)])    }    bb := b.Bytes()    if len(bb) > 1 {        bb[len(bb)-2] = '}'    }    return string(bb)} type Bank struct {    available  RMap    max        map[PID]RMap    allocation map[PID]RMap    sync.Mutex} func (b *Bank) need(p PID, r RID) int {    return b.max[p][r] - b.allocation[p][r]} func New(available RMap) (b *Bank, err error) {    for r, a := range available {        if a < 0 {            return nil, fmt.Errorf("negative resource %s: %d", r, a)        }    }    return &Bank{        available:  available,        max:        map[PID]RMap{},        allocation: map[PID]RMap{},    }, nil} func (b *Bank) NewProcess(p PID, max RMap) (err error) {    b.Lock()    defer b.Unlock()    if _, ok := b.max[p]; ok {        return fmt.Errorf("process %s already registered", p)    }    for r, m := range max {        switch a, ok := b.available[r]; {        case !ok:            return fmt.Errorf("resource %s unknown", r)        case m > a:            return fmt.Errorf("resource %s: process %s max %d > available %d",                r, p, m, a)        }    }    b.max[p] = max    b.allocation[p] = RMap{}    return} func (b *Bank) Request(pid PID, change RMap) (err error) {    b.Lock()    defer b.Unlock()    if _, ok := b.max[pid]; !ok {        return fmt.Errorf("process %s unknown", pid)    }    for r, c := range change {        if c < 0 {            return errors.New("decrease not allowed")        }        if _, ok := b.available[r]; !ok {            return fmt.Errorf("resource %s unknown", r)        }        if c > b.need(pid, r) {            return errors.New("increase exceeds declared max")        }    }    // allocation is non-exported data so we can change it in place    // then change it back if the request cannot be granted.    for r, c := range change {        b.allocation[pid][r] += c // change in place    }    defer func() {        if err != nil { // if request not granted,            for r, c := range change {                b.allocation[pid][r] -= c // change it back            }        }    }()    // Collect list of process IDs, also compute cash    // First in the list is always the requesting PID.    cash := RMap{}    for r, a := range b.available {        cash[r] = a    }    perm := make([]PID, len(b.allocation))    i := 1    for pr, a := range b.allocation {        if pr == pid {            perm = pr        } else {            perm[i] = pr            i++        }        for r, a := range a {            cash[r] -= a        }    }    ret := RMap{}  // sum of loans    m := len(perm) // number of processes still candidates for termination    for {        // find a process h that can terminate        h := 0    h:        for ; ; h++ {            if h == m {                // no process could terminate                return errors.New("request would make deadlock possible")            }            for r := range b.available {                if b.need(perm[h], r) > cash[r]+ret[r] {                    // h cannot terminate if any resource need cannot be met.                    continue h                }            }            // log possible terimation, consistent with WP example program.            log.Println(" ", perm[h], "could terminate")            // all resource needs can be met.  h can terminate.            break        }        if h == 0 { // Zwanenburg condition:            // if requesting process can terminate, pattern is safe and            // remaining terminations do not need to be demonstrated.            return nil        }        for r, a := range b.allocation[perm[h]] {            ret[r] += a        }        m--        perm[h] = perm[m]    }}`
`package main import (    "fmt"    "bank") func main() {    // Task example data:    // create "bank" with available resources    b, _ := bank.New(bank.RMap{"A": 6, "B": 5, "C": 7, "D": 6})     // add processes with their maximum allocation limits    b.NewProcess("P1", bank.RMap{"A": 3, "B": 3, "C": 2, "D": 2})    b.NewProcess("P2", bank.RMap{"A": 1, "B": 2, "C": 3, "D": 4})    b.NewProcess("P3", bank.RMap{"A": 1, "B": 3, "C": 5})     // processes request resources.  Each request is checked for safety.    // <nil> returned error value means request was safe and was granted.    fmt.Println("P1 request:")    fmt.Println(b.Request("P1", bank.RMap{"A": 1, "B": 2, "C": 2, "D": 1}))     fmt.Println("\nP2 request:")    fmt.Println(b.Request("P2", bank.RMap{"A": 1, "C": 3, "D": 3}))     fmt.Println("\nP3 request:")    fmt.Println(b.Request("P3", bank.RMap{"A": 1, "B": 2, "C": 1}))}`
Output:
```P1 request:
2017/08/29 16:44:15   P1 could terminate
<nil>

P2 request:
2017/08/29 16:44:15   P2 could terminate
<nil>

P3 request:
2017/08/29 16:44:15   P1 could terminate
2017/08/29 16:44:15   P2 could terminate
2017/08/29 16:44:15   P3 could terminate
<nil>
```

## J

The task description currently does not define the process being run. So we follow the example set by other implementations and have each process free all resources after successfully being run. Also, since this is a demo, we give a blow-by-blow description of what's happening as it runs.

`bankrun=:1 :0  'MAX ALLOC TOTAL'=. y   todo=.(#ALLOC)#1   whilst. (+./todo)*-. prior-:todo do.     prior=. todo     for_p.I.todo do.       avail=. TOTAL-+/ALLOC       echo 'currently available: ',":avail       pALLOC=. p{ALLOC       pMAX=. p{MAX       request=. pMAX-pALLOC       if.(0>request)+.&(+./)request>avail do.         echo 'unsafe request ',(":request),', skipping ',":p         continue.       else.         echo 'running process ',(":p),', allocating ',":request       end.       free=.request u pALLOC       echo 'process ',(":p),' freeing ',":free       assert (0<:free) *&(*/) free <: pMAX       ALLOC=. (pALLOC-free) p} ALLOC       todo=. 0 p} todo    end.  end.  if.+./todo do.    echo 'deadlocked processes: ',":I.todo  end.  echo 'DONE')`

`max=: 3 3 2 2,1 2 3 4,:1 3 5 0alloc=: 1 2 2 1,1 0 3 3,:1 2 1 0total=:6 5 7 6 NB. simulate running processNB. left arg: newly available resources, right: previously availableNB. result: resources freedrun=: +`

Example run:

`   run bankrun max;alloc;totalcurrently available: 3 1 1 2running process 0, allocating 2 1 0 1process 0 freeing 3 3 2 2currently available: 6 4 3 4running process 1, allocating 0 2 0 1process 1 freeing 1 2 3 4currently available: 7 6 6 8running process 2, allocating 0 1 4 0process 2 freeing 1 3 5 0DONE`

## Julia

Translation of: Kotlin
`function queryprompt(query, typ)    print(query, ": ")    entry = uppercase(strip(readline(stdin)))    return (typ <: Integer) ? parse(Int, entry) :        (typ <: Vector) ? map(x -> parse(Int, x), split(entry, r"\s+")) :        entryend function testbankers()    r = queryprompt("Enter the number of resources", Int)    p = queryprompt("\nEnter the number of processes", Int)    maxres = queryprompt("\nEnter Claim Vector", Vector{Int})    curr, maxclaim = zeros(Int, p, r), zeros(Int, p, r)     for i in 1:p        curr[i, :] .= queryprompt("\nEnter Allocated Resource Table, Row \$i", Vector{Int})    end     for i in 1:p        maxclaim[i, :] .= queryprompt("\nEnter Maximum Claim Table, Row \$i", Vector{Int})    end     alloc = [sum(curr[:, j]) for j in 1:r]    println("\nAllocated Resources: \$alloc")     avl = map(i -> maxres[i] - alloc[i], 1:r)    println("\nAvailable Resources: \$avl")     running = trues(p)    count = p    while count != 0        safe = false        for i in 1:p            if running[i]                exec = true                for j in 1:r                    if maxclaim[i, j] - curr[i, j] > avl[j]                        exec = false                        break                    end                end                 if exec                    println("\nProcess \$i is executing.")                    running[i] = false                    count -= 1                    safe = true                    for j in 1:r                        avl[j] += curr[i, j]                    end                    break                end            end        end         if !safe            println("The processes are in an unsafe state.")            break        end         println("\nThe process is in a safe state.")        println("\nAvailable Vector: \$avl")    endend testbankers() `
Output:
```Enter the number of resources: 4

Enter the number of processes: 5

Enter Claim Vector: 8 5 9 7

Enter Allocated Resource Table, Row 1: 2 0 1 1

Enter Allocated Resource Table, Row 2: 0 1 2 1

Enter Allocated Resource Table, Row 3: 4 0 0 3

Enter Allocated Resource Table, Row 4: 0 2 1 0

Enter Allocated Resource Table, Row 5: 1 0 3 0

Enter Maximum Claim Table, Row 1: 3 2 1 4

Enter Maximum Claim Table, Row 2: 0 2 5 2

Enter Maximum Claim Table, Row 3: 5 1 0 5

Enter Maximum Claim Table, Row 4: 1 5 3 0

Enter Maximum Claim Table, Row 5: 3 0 3 3

Allocated Resources: [7, 3, 7, 5]

Available Resources: [1, 2, 2, 2]

Process 3 is executing.

The process is in a safe state.

Available Vector: [5, 2, 2, 5]

Process 1 is executing.

The process is in a safe state.

Available Vector: [7, 2, 3, 6]

Process 2 is executing.

The process is in a safe state.

Available Vector: [7, 3, 5, 7]

Process 4 is executing.

The process is in a safe state.

Available Vector: [7, 5, 6, 7]

Process 5 is executing.

The process is in a safe state.

Available Vector: [8, 5, 9, 7]
```

## Kotlin

Translation of: C

For simplicity, input checking is ignored:

`// version 1.1.4-3 fun main(args: Array<String>) {    print("Enter the number of resources: ")    val r = readLine()!!.toInt()     print("\nEnter the number of processes: ")    val p = readLine()!!.toInt()     print("\nEnter Claim Vector: ")    val maxRes = readLine()!!.split(' ').map { it.toInt() } .toIntArray()     println("\nEnter Allocated Resource Table:")    val curr = Array(p) { IntArray(r) }    for (i in 0 until p) {        print("Row \${i + 1}:  ")        curr[i] = readLine()!!.split(' ').map { it.toInt() }.toIntArray()    }     println("\nEnter Maximum Claim Table: ")    val maxClaim = Array(p) { IntArray(r) }    for (i in 0 until p) {        print("Row \${i + 1}:  ")        maxClaim[i] = readLine()!!.split(' ').map { it.toInt() }.toIntArray()    }     val alloc = IntArray(r)    for (i in 0 until p) {        for (j in 0 until r) alloc[j] += curr[i][j]    }    println("\nAllocated Resources: \${alloc.joinToString(" ")}")     val avl = IntArray(r) { maxRes[it] - alloc[it] }    println("\nAvailable Resources: \${avl.joinToString(" ")}")     val running = BooleanArray(p) { true }    var count = p    while (count != 0) {        var safe = false        for (i in 0 until p) {            if (running[i]) {                var exec = true                for (j in 0 until r) {                    if (maxClaim[i][j] - curr[i][j] > avl[j]) {                        exec = false                        break                    }                }                 if (exec) {                    print("\nProcess \${i + 1} is executing.\n")                    running[i] = false                    count--                    safe = true                    for (j in 0 until r) avl[j] += curr[i][j]                    break                }            }        }         if (!safe) {            print("The processes are in an unsafe state.")            break        }         print("\nThe process is in a safe state.")        println("\nAvailable Vector: \${avl.joinToString(" ")}")    }}`

Sample input/output:

```Enter the number of resources: 4

Enter the number of processes: 5

Enter Claim Vector: 8 5 9 7

Enter Allocated Resource Table:
Row 1:  2 0 1 1
Row 2:  0 1 2 1
Row 3:  4 0 0 3
Row 4:  0 2 1 0
Row 5:  1 0 3 0

Enter Maximum Claim Table:
Row 1:  3 2 1 4
Row 2:  0 2 5 2
Row 3:  5 1 0 5
Row 4:  1 5 3 0
Row 5:  3 0 3 3

Allocated Resources: 7 3 7 5

Available Resources: 1 2 2 2

Process 3 is executing.

The process is in a safe state.
Available Vector: 5 2 2 5

Process 1 is executing.

The process is in a safe state.
Available Vector: 7 2 3 6

Process 2 is executing.

The process is in a safe state.
Available Vector: 7 3 5 7

Process 4 is executing.

The process is in a safe state.
Available Vector: 7 5 6 7

Process 5 is executing.

The process is in a safe state.
Available Vector: 8 5 9 7
```

## M2000 Interpreter

` Module BankerAlgo {      Form 80, 44      Cls 5      Pen 14      Function Request(FromWhere as Inventory, What\$, Many as long)  {            =FromWhere(What\$)-FromWhere(What\$+"_Request")-Many>=0      }      Function RequestPreset(FromWhere as Inventory, What\$, Many as long)  {            =FromWhere(What\$+"_Request")-Many>=0      }      Function Need(FromWhere as Inventory, What\$, Many) {             =FromWhere(What\$ + "_max")-FromWhere(What\$)-Many>=0      }      \\ code for sub can be found from parent module/function (here parent as in code, not as in call)      Function NewProcess {            Inventory Process            ApplyResources(Process)   ' sub need more arguments and read from current stack            =Process      }      Inventory System, Processes       \\ Recource, Max, Available      ApplyResources(System, "A", 6, 3,"B", 5,1,"C", 7, 1, "D", 6, 2)      \\ Recource, Max, Available      Append Processes, "P1":=NewProcess("A", 3, 1, "B", 3, 2, "C", 2, 2, "D", 2,1)      Append Processes, "P2":=NewProcess("A", 1, 1, "B", 2, 0, "C", 3, 3, "D", 4,3)      Append Processes, "P3":=NewProcess("A", 1, 1, "B", 3, 2, "C", 5, 1, "D", 0,0)      Status(True) ' show all process, available resource and max      SafeState=True      Print "Current Status"      RequestResource() ' display Safe State      RequestResource("P2", "D", 1) ' display Safe State      RequestResource("P1", "A", 1, "D", 1) ' display Safe State      RequestResource("P1", "C", 1, "D", 1) ' display Too many resources ...      RequestResource("P2", "B", 1) ' display Unsafe State      RequestResource("P3", "C", 1)  ' display Safe State      Status()      \\ Second Example      Clear System, Processes      ApplyResources(System, "A", 10, 3)      Append Processes, "P1":=NewProcess("A", 9, 3)      Append Processes, "P2":=NewProcess("A", 4, 2)      Append Processes, "P3":=NewProcess("A", 7, 2)      Status(True) ' show all process, available resource and max          Print "Current Status"      RequestResource() ' display Safe State      \ Third Example      Clear System      ApplyResources(System, "A", 10, 2)      Return Processes, "P1":=NewProcess("A", 9,4)      Status(True) ' show all process, available resource and max          Print "Current Status"      RequestResource() ' display UnSafe State             Sub Respond()            If SafeState Then {                  Pen 15 {Print "Safe State"}            } Else Pen 13 {Print "Unsafe State"}      End Sub      Sub WaitForKey()            Pen 11 {Print "Press a key"}            local a\$=key\$      End Sub      Sub RequestResource(ProcessName\$="" )            SafeState=True            If ProcessName\$="" Then CheckNewState(&SafeState) : Respond() : Print : WaitForKey():Exit Sub            Local pro=Processes(ProcessName\$), ResourceName\$, many as long            ClearAllRequest(pro)            Local skip=False            While Match("SN") {                  Read ResourceName\$, many                  Print  Format\$("Claim {1} for type {0} resource ",ResourceName\$, many)                  If skip Then Continue                  If Request(System, ResourceName\$, many) Then {                        If Need(pro, ResourceName\$, many) Then {                               Return pro, ResourceName\$+"_Request":=many                              Return System, ResourceName\$+"_Request":=-many                        } Else {                              Print "Too many Recources "+ResourceName\$+" for Process "+ProcessName\$  : Skip=True                        }                  } Else Print "Too many Recources for System" : Skip=True                  If Skip Then exit            }             If skip Else  CheckNewState(&SafeState) : Respond()            Print  ' just a new line            WaitForKey()      End Sub      Sub ApplyResources(Where as Inventory, What\$, MaxValue, InitialValue)            Repeat {                  If Not Exist(Where, What\$) Then {                        Append Where, What\$:=InitialValue, What\$+"_max":=MaxValue, What\$+"_Request":=0                  }                  If not Match("SNN") Then Exit                  Read What\$, MaxValue, InitialValue            }  Always      End Sub      Sub ClearAllRequest(Where  as Inventory)            Local M=Each(Where)            While M {                  If Instr(Eval\$(M, M^),"_")=0 Then {                        Return Where, Eval\$(M,M^)+"_Request":=0                  }            }      End Sub      Sub PrintResources(Where  as Inventory)            Local M=Each(Where)            While M {                  If Instr(Eval\$(M, M^),"_")=0 Then Print Eval\$(M, M^)+"="+Eval\$(M),            }            Print      Exit Sub      Sub PrintMax(Where  as Inventory)            Local M=Each(Where)            While M {                  If Instr(Eval\$(M, M^),"_max")>0 Then Print LeftPart\$(Eval\$(M, M^), "_")+"="+Eval\$(M),            }            Print      Exit Sub      Sub Status(Ok as boolean=False)            Print "Total System Resources"            PrintMax(System)            Print "Available Resources in System"            PrintResources(System)            If Not Ok Then WaitForKey(): Exit Sub            Local  M=Each(Processes)            While M {                  Print "Process "+Eval\$(M, M^)                  PrintResources(Processes(M^!))  ' give index M^ as Key index number (using !)                  Print "Maximum Resources for "+Eval\$(M, M^)                  PrintMax(Processes(M^!))            }      End Sub      Sub CheckNewState(&Ok)            local M=Each(Processes), M1, count=len(Processes), alive(0 to count-1)=1            Local Z, Recource\$, safe as boolean=false            While count {                  safe=false                  While M {                        If alive(M^) Then {                              Z=Processes(M^!)                              M1=Each(Z)                               safe=True                               While M1 {                                    Recource\$=Eval\$(M1, M1^)                                    If Instr(Recource\$,"_")=0 Then {                                         safe=System(Recource\$)+System(Recource\$+"_Request") >= Z(Recource\$ + "_max") - Z(Recource\$)-Z(Recource\$ + "_Request")		               }                                    If not safe Then exit                              }                              If safe Then {                                    print format\$("Process {0} is executing", M^+1)                                    alive(M^)=0                                    count--                                    M1=Each(Z)                                     While M1 {                                          Recource\$=Eval\$(M1, M1^)                                          If Instr(Recource\$,"_")=0 Then {                                                Return System, Recource\$+"_Request":= System(Recource\$+"_Request") + Z(Recource\$) + Z(Recource\$+"_Request")                                                Return Z, Recource\$+"_Request":=0                                          }                                    }                              }                        }                  }                  If safe Else exit            }            Ok=safe            ClearAllRequest(System)      End Sub}BankerAlgo`

## Perl

Translation of: Perl 6
`use strict;use warnings;use feature 'say'; my @avail =  (3, 1, 1, 2);                              # Available instances of resourcemy @maxm  = ([3, 3, 2, 2], [1, 2, 3, 4], [1, 3, 5, 0]); # Maximum R that can be allocated to processesmy @allot = ([1, 2, 2, 1], [1, 0, 3, 3], [1, 2, 1, 0]); # Resources allocated to processes # Function to find the system is in safe state or notsub isSafe {    my(\$work, \$maxm, \$allot) = @_;    my \$P = @\$allot;            # Number of processes    my \$R = @\$work;             # Number of resources    my @unfinished = (1) x \$P;  # Mark all processes as unfinished    my(@safeSeq,@need);    for my \$i (0..\$P-1) {       # Calculating need of each process:        for my \$j (0..\$R-1) {   #    maxm instance - allocated instance           \$need[\$i][\$j] = \$\$maxm[\$i][\$j]   - \$\$allot[\$i][\$j]        }    }     # While all processes are not finished or system is not in safe state    my \$count = 0;    while (\$count < \$P) {        my \$found = 0;        for my \$p (0..\$P-1) {            # While a process is not finished            if (\$unfinished[\$p]) {                # Check if for all resources of current P need is less than work                my \$satisfied;                LOOP: for my \$j (0..\$R-1) {                    \$satisfied = \$j;                    last LOOP if \$need[\$p][\$j] > \$\$work[\$j]                }                # If all needs of p were satisfied                if (\$satisfied == \$R-1) {                    \$\$work[\$_] += \$\$allot[\$p][\$_] for 0..\$R-1; # free the resources                    say 'available resources: ' . join ' ', @\$work;                    push @safeSeq, \$p;                         # Add this process to safe sequence                    \$unfinished[\$p]  = 1;                      # Mark this process as finished                    \$count += 1;                    \$found = 1                }            }        }        # If we could not find a next process in safe sequence.        return 0, "System is not in safe state." unless \$found;    }    # If system is in safe state then safe sequence will be as below    return 1, "Safe sequence is: " . join ' ', @safeSeq} # Check system is in safe state or notmy(\$safe_state,\$status_message) = isSafe(\@avail, \@maxm, \@allot);say "Safe state? " . (\$safe_state ? 'True' : 'False');say "Message:    \$status_message";`
Output:
```available resources: 4 3 3 3
available resources: 5 3 6 6
available resources: 6 5 7 6
Safe state? True
Message:    Safe sequence is: 0 1 2```

## Perl 6

Based on the Python3 solution by Shubham Singh found here

`my @avail = <3 1 1 2>;                        # Available instances of resourcemy @maxm  = <3 3 2 2>, <1 2 3 4>, <1 3 5 0>;  # Maximum resources that can be allocated to processesmy @allot = <1 2 2 1>, <1 0 3 3>, <1 2 1 0>;  # Resources allocated to processes # Function to find the system is in safe state or notsub isSafe(\work is copy, \maxm, \allot) {    my \P          = allot.elems;     # Number of processes    my \Pool       = (^P).SetHash;    # Process pool    my \R          = work.elems;      # Number of resources     my \need       = maxm »-« allot;  # the need matrix    my @safe-sequence;     # While all processes are not finished or system is not in safe state    my \$count = 0;    while \$count < P {        my \$found = False;        for Pool.keys -> \p {                       if all need[p] »≤« work {    # now process can be finished                work »+=« allot[p;^R];   # Free the resources                say 'available resources: ' ~ work;                @safe-sequence.push: p;  # Add this process to safe sequence                Pool{p}--;               # Remove this process from Pool                \$count += 1;                \$found = True            }        }        # If we could not find a next process in safe sequence        return False, "System is not in safe state." unless \$found;    }    # If system is in safe state then safe sequence will be as below    return True, "Safe sequence is: " ~ @safe-sequence} # Check if system is in a safe statemy (\$safe-state,\$status-message) = isSafe @avail, @maxm, @allot;say "Safe state? \$safe-state";say "Message:    \$status-message";`
Output:
```available resources: 4 3 3 3
available resources: 5 3 6 6
available resources: 6 5 7 6
Safe state? True
Message:    Safe sequence is: 0 1 2```

## Phix

`sequence max_res = {6, 5, 7, 6},         curr = {{1, 2, 2, 1},                 {1, 0, 3, 3},                 {1, 2, 1, 0}},        running = repeat(true,length(curr)),        max_claim = {{3, 3, 2, 2},                     {1, 2, 3, 4},                     {1, 3, 5, 0}},        alloc = repeat(0,length(max_res))     integer count = length(curr)    for i=1 to count do        alloc = sq_add(alloc,curr[i])    end for    sequence avl = sq_sub(max_res,alloc)      printf(1,"Available system resources: ")    ?max_res    printf(1,"Process allocated: ")             ?curr    printf(1,"Maximum resources: ")             ?max_claim    printf(1,"Allocated resources: ")           ?alloc    printf(1,"Available resources: ")           ?avl      while count!=0 do        bool safe = false        for i=1 to length(curr) do            if running[i] then                bool execute = true                for j=1 to length(max_res) do                    if max_claim[i][j]-curr[i][j] > avl[j] then                        execute = false                        exit                    end if                end for                 if execute then                    printf(1,"Process%d is executing. ", i)                    running[i] = false                    count -= 1                    safe = true                    for j=1 to length(max_res) do                        avl[j] += curr[i][j]                    end for                    exit                end if            end if        end for         if not safe then            printf(1,"The processes are in an unsafe state.\n");            exit        end if        printf(1, "Safe state. Available resources: ")          ?avl    end while`
Output:
```Available system resources: {6,5,7,6}
Process allocated: {{1,2,2,1},{1,0,3,3},{1,2,1,0}}
Maximum resources: {{3,3,2,2},{1,2,3,4},{1,3,5,0}}
Allocated resources: {3,4,6,4}
Available resources: {3,1,1,2}
Process1 is executing. Safe state. Available resources: {4,3,3,3}
Process2 is executing. Safe state. Available resources: {5,3,6,6}
Process3 is executing. Safe state. Available resources: {6,5,7,6}
```

Changing the initial curr to {1, 1, 3, 3}:

```Available system resources: {6,5,7,6}
Process allocated: {{1,2,2,1},{1,1,3,3},{1,2,1,0}}
Maximum resources: {{3,3,2,2},{1,2,3,4},{1,3,5,0}}
Allocated resources: {3,5,6,4}
Available resources: {3,0,1,2}
The processes are in an unsafe state.
```

## Racket

`#lang racket/base(require racket/block racket/pretty racket/port racket/vector) (pretty-print-columns 20) ; make the matrices look a bit more matrixey (define (bankers-algorithm p r maxres curr maxclaim)  (define running? (make-vector p #t))  (define alloc (for/vector #:length r ((j (in-range r)))                  (for/sum ((cu_i (in-vector curr))) (vector-ref cu_i j))))  (printf "Allocated resources:~%~a~%" (pretty-format alloc))  (define avl (for/vector #:length r ((m (in-vector maxres)) (a (in-vector alloc))) (- m a)))  (printf "Available resources:~%~a~%~%" (pretty-format avl))   (define (safe-exec i mc_i cu_i)    (define exec? (for/and ((a (in-vector avl)) (m (in-vector mc_i)) (c (in-vector cu_i)))                    (<= (- m c) a)))    (cond      [exec?       (printf "Process ~a is executing~%" (add1 i))       (vector-set! running? i #f)       (for ((j (in-range r)) (a (in-vector avl)) (c (in-vector cu_i))) (vector-set! avl j (+ a c)))       #t]      [else #f]))   (let loop ()    (unless (zero? (vector-count values running?))      (define safe?        (for/first ((i (in-range p))                    (r? (in-vector running?))                    (mc_i (in-vector maxclaim))                    (cu_i (in-vector curr))                    ;; the break condition for this is identical to safe?, so we have no                    ;; separate break? flag                    #:when r?                    #:when (safe-exec i mc_i cu_i))          #t))      (cond [safe?             (printf "The process is in a safe state~%~%Available vector: ~a~%" (pretty-format avl))             (loop)]            [else (displayln "The processes are in an unsafe state")]))))  (define (bankers-input)    (define ((n-vector? type? dims) x) ;; not the world's most efficient implementation!    (cond [(null? dims) (type? x)]          [(not (vector? x)) #f]          [(not (= (car dims) (vector-length x))) #f]          [else (for/and ((e (in-vector x))) (n-vector? type? (cdr dims)) e)]))   (define-syntax-rule (prompted-input prompt valid?)    (block     (printf "Enter ~a:~%" prompt)     (define rv (read))     (pretty-print rv)     (unless (valid? rv) (raise-argument-error 'prompted-input (format "~a" 'valid?) rv))     rv))   (define p (prompted-input "the number of processes" exact-positive-integer?))  (define r (prompted-input "the number of resources" exact-positive-integer?))  (define maxres (prompted-input "Claim Vector" (n-vector? exact-positive-integer? (list r))))  (define curr (prompted-input "Allocated Resource Table"                               (n-vector? exact-positive-integer? (list p r))))  (define maxclaim (prompted-input "Maximum Claim Table"                                   (n-vector? exact-positive-integer? (list p r))))  (values p r maxres curr maxclaim)) (module+ main  (with-input-from-string   #<<EOS54#(8 5 9 7)#(#(2 0 1 1)  #(0 1 2 1)  #(4 0 0 3)  #(0 2 1 0)  #(1 0 3 0))#(#(3 2 1 4)  #(0 2 5 2)  #(5 1 0 5)  #(1 5 3 0)  #(3 0 3 3)) EOS   (λ () (call-with-values bankers-input bankers-algorithm))))`
Output:
```Enter the number of processes:
5
Enter the number of resources:
4
Enter Claim Vector:
'#(8 5 9 7)
Enter Allocated Resource Table:
'#(#(2 0 1 1)
#(0 1 2 1)
#(4 0 0 3)
#(0 2 1 0)
#(1 0 3 0))
Enter Maximum Claim Table:
'#(#(3 2 1 4)
#(0 2 5 2)
#(5 1 0 5)
#(1 5 3 0)
#(3 0 3 3))
Allocated resources:
'#(7 3 7 5)
Available resources:
'#(1 2 2 2)

Process 3 is executing
The process is in a safe state

Available vector: '#(5 2 2 5)
Process 1 is executing
The process is in a safe state

Available vector: '#(7 2 3 6)
Process 2 is executing
The process is in a safe state

Available vector: '#(7 3 5 7)
Process 4 is executing
The process is in a safe state

Available vector: '#(7 5 6 7)
Process 5 is executing
The process is in a safe state

Available vector: '#(8 5 9 7)```

## Rust

Adapted from the C language version. It crashes for invalid input.

` fn read_numbers<T>() -> Vec<T>where T: std::str::FromStr {    use std::io::Write;    std::io::stdout().flush().unwrap();     let mut line = String::new();    std::io::stdin().read_line(&mut line).unwrap();    line.split(" ").map(|word| word.trim().parse::<T>().ok().unwrap()).collect()} fn main() {    print!("Enter the number of resources: ");    let r = read_numbers();     print!("Enter the number of processes: ");    let p = read_numbers();    let mut running = vec![true; p];    let mut count = p;     print!("Enter the {}-item claim vector: ", r);    let max_res = read_numbers::<u32>();     println!("Enter the {}-line {}-column allocated-resource table:", p, r);    let mut curr = vec![vec![0; 0]; p];    for i in 0..p {        curr[i] = read_numbers::<u32>();    }     println!("Enter the {}-line {}-column maximum-claim table:", p, r);    let mut max_claim = vec![vec![0; 0]; p];    for i in 0..p {        max_claim[i] = read_numbers::<u32>();    }     print!("The claim vector is: ");    for i in 0..r {        print!("{} ", max_res[i]);    }    println!();     println!("The allocated resources table is:");    for i in 0..p {        for j in 0..r {            print!("\t{}", curr[i][j]);        }        println!();    }     println!("The maximum claims table is:");    for i in 0..p {        for j in 0..r {            print!("\t{}", max_claim[i][j]);        }        println!();    }     let mut alloc = vec![0; r];    for i in 0..p {        for j in 0..r {            alloc[j] += curr[i][j];        }    }     print!("The allocated resources are: ");    for i in 0..r {        print!("{} ", alloc[i]);    }    println!();    let mut avl = vec![0; r];    for i in 0..r {        avl[i] = max_res[i] - alloc[i];    }     print!("The available resources are: ");    for i in 0..r {        print!("{} ", avl[i]);    }    println!();     while count != 0 {        let mut safe = false;        for i in 0..p {            if running[i] {                let mut exec = true;                for j in 0..r {                    if max_claim[i][j] - curr[i][j] > avl[j] {                        exec = false;                        break;                    }                }                 if exec {                    println!("Process {} is executing.", i + 1);                    running[i] = false;                    count -= 1;                    safe = true;                    for j in 0..r {                        avl[j] += curr[i][j];                    }                    break;                }            }        }         if safe {            println!("The process is in safe state.");        }        else {            println!("The processes are in unsafe state.");            break;        }         print!("The available vector is: ");        for i in 0..r {            print!("{} ", avl[i]);        }        println!();    }}`
Input and Output:
```Enter the number of resources: 4
Enter the number of processes: 5
Enter the 4-item claim vector: 8 5 9 7
Enter the 5-line 4-column allocated-resource table:
2 0 1 1
0 1 2 1
4 0 0 3
0 2 1 0
1 0 3 0
Enter the 5-line 4-column maximum-claim table:
3 2 1 4
0 2 5 2
5 1 0 5
1 5 3 0
3 0 3 3
The claim vector is: 8 5 9 7
The allocated resources table is:
2	0	1	1
0	1	2	1
4	0	0	3
0	2	1	0
1	0	3	0
The maximum claims table is:
3	2	1	4
0	2	5	2
5	1	0	5
1	5	3	0
3	0	3	3
The allocated resources are: 7 3 7 5
The available resources are: 1 2 2 2
Process 3 is executing.
The process is in safe state.
The available vector is: 5 2 2 5
Process 1 is executing.
The process is in safe state.
The available vector is: 7 2 3 6
Process 2 is executing.
The process is in safe state.
The available vector is: 7 3 5 7
Process 4 is executing.
The process is in safe state.
The available vector is: 7 5 6 7
Process 5 is executing.
The process is in safe state.
The available vector is: 8 5 9 7
```

## Swift

`import Foundation print("Enter the number of resources: ", terminator: "") guard let resources = Int(readLine(strippingNewline: true)!) else {  fatalError()} print("Enter the number of processes: ", terminator: "") guard let processes = Int(readLine(strippingNewline: true)!) else {  fatalError()} var running = Array(repeating: true, count: processes)var curr = Array(repeating: [Int](), count: processes)var alloc = Array(repeating: 0, count: resources)var available = Array(repeating: 0, count: resources)var maxClaims = Array(repeating: [Int](), count: processes)var count = processes print("Enter the \(resources)-item claim vector: ", terminator: "") guard let maxRes = readLine(strippingNewline: true)?.components(separatedBy: " ").compactMap(Int.init),      maxRes.count == resources else {  fatalError()} print("Enter the \(processes)-line \(resources)-column allocated-resource table:") for i in 0..<processes {  print("Row \(i + 1): ", terminator: "")   guard let allc = readLine(strippingNewline: true)?.components(separatedBy: " ").compactMap(Int.init),        maxRes.count == resources else {    fatalError()  }   curr[i] = allc} print("Enter the \(processes)-line \(resources)-column maximum-claim table:") for i in 0..<processes {  print("Row \(i + 1): ", terminator: "")   guard let clms = readLine(strippingNewline: true)?.components(separatedBy: " ").compactMap(Int.init),        maxRes.count == resources else {    fatalError()  }   maxClaims[i] = clms} for i in 0..<processes {  for j in 0..<resources {    alloc[j] += curr[i][j]  }} for i in 0..<resources {  available[i] = maxRes[i] - alloc[i]} print("The claim vector is: \(maxRes)")print("The allocated resources table is: \(curr)")print("The maximum claims table is: \(maxClaims)")print("The allocated resources are: \(alloc)")print("The available resources are: \(available)") while count != 0 {  var safe = false   for i in 0..<processes where running[i] {    var exec = true     for j in 0..<resources where maxClaims[i][j] - curr[i][j] > available[j] {      exec = false      break    }     if exec {      print("Process \(i + 1) is executing.")      running[i] = false      count -= 1      safe = true       for j in 0..<resources {        available[j] += curr[i][j]      }       break    }  }   if safe {    print("The process is in safe state.")  } else {    print("The processes are in unsafe state.")    break  }   print("The available vector is: \(available)")}`
Input and Output:
```Enter the number of resources: 4
Enter the number of processes: 5
Enter the 4-item claim vector: 8 5 9 7
Enter the 5-line 4-column allocated-resource table:
Row 1: 2 0 1 1
Row 2: 0 1 2 1
Row 3: 4 0 0 3
Row 4: 0 2 1 0
Row 5: 1 0 3 0
Enter the 5-line 4-column maximum-claim table:
Row 1: 3 2 1 4
Row 2: 0 2 5 2
Row 3: 5 1 0 5
Row 4: 1 5 3 0
Row 5: 3 0 3 3
The claim vector is: [8, 5, 9, 7]
The allocated resources table is: [[2, 0, 1, 1], [0, 1, 2, 1], [4, 0, 0, 3], [0, 2, 1, 0], [1, 0, 3, 0]]
The maximum claims table is: [[3, 2, 1, 4], [0, 2, 5, 2], [5, 1, 0, 5], [1, 5, 3, 0], [3, 0, 3, 3]]
The allocated resources are: [7, 3, 7, 5]
The available resources are: [1, 2, 2, 2]
Process 3 is executing.
The process is in safe state.
The available vector is: [5, 2, 2, 5]
Process 1 is executing.
The process is in safe state.
The available vector is: [7, 2, 3, 6]
Process 2 is executing.
The process is in safe state.
The available vector is: [7, 3, 5, 7]
Process 4 is executing.
The process is in safe state.
The available vector is: [7, 5, 6, 7]
Process 5 is executing.
The process is in safe state.
The available vector is: [8, 5, 9, 7]```