## Develop a codebook based on the themes you identify after reading the story.

This Discussion consists of three parts as well as the peer response.

Part 1: Utilize the web site Little Red Riding Hood to complete the following: https://americanliterature.com/childrens-stories/little-red-riding-hood

• Develop a codebook based on the themes you identify after reading the story. You must have 5 to 7 themes.
• In your codebook, you need to have at least two examples from the story to support your code.

Part 2: Navigate to and apply your code to the story: The Three Little Pigs. https://americanliterature.com/childrens-stories/the-three-little-pigs

• How well did the code work?
• What can you generalize about fairy tales based on your analysis of these two fairy tales?

Part 3: Provide a visual display of your findings based on both fairy tales and your codebook.

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### The InterlockedExchange function was described in Section 2.3. It has two parameters and behaves like the following atomic function:

The InterlockedExchange function was described in Section 2.3. It has two parameters and behaves like the following atomic function: LONG InterlockedExchange (LONG* target, LONG newValue) { LONG temp = *target;….

### Give a deterministic solution if there is one, or explain why there is no deterministic solution. What input sequences does your machine accept?

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