importance of an OS

An Operating System is a program which acts as an interface between a user and the hardware (i.e., all computer resources).


Operating System controls and coordinates the use of the hardware among the various application programs for the various users.


The OS provides a platform for running other software applications and  managing computer hardware resources, such as memory, processing power,  and input/output devices.


Without an OS, it would be difficult for users to interact with the computer and execute tasks efficiently.


The OS provides a layer of security that helps protect against malicious software and unauthorized access to computer systems.


It also allows users to configure and manage user accounts, permissions,  and network settings to ensure data privacy and system integrity.


Write a program to read from a file Items.csv and create a file highitems.csv, containing only those item details from Items.csv where price > 250.

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