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Assembly language refers to the low-level language used in programming of computers and other related devices. There is always a strong connection between the assembly language and the code instructions and there are languages specifically created for each device. There is an assembler, a utility program that converts the language into a format that can be understood by the device. This process is what is referred to as an assembly.

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    Looking for a Freelancer who has good experience writing code in both Borland Turbo C and Borland Turbo Pascal language. The Freelancer is needed to provide a series of software modifications to legacy type software, written in TP. This project will involve re-writing the code module which toggled a parallel port (deprecated) pin at a programmable rate. It will instead target a DAQ board instead. ...

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    Small PLP task and using UART 4 days left
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    Writing a program that receives a string of characters via the UART, checks if this string is a palindrome, and then uses a print function to print either “Yes” or “No”. A palindrome sequence of characters (typically a word or phrase) that is the same both forwards and backwards. For this project, strings will be terminated using a period (‘.’). You may assume t...

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    I need check a problem that I have with a program that so a normal http connection and I need it do an https connection. so I need help. I will chat you for more info if your proposal es interesting. thanks you !

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    Maria assembly language 3 days left
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    not hard project at all, shouldn't take long

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    Enigma protector unpack 3 days left
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    Need one file Enigma 5.x unpack

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    Checking Software with x64dbg 3 days left
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    Hi, who is able to show me the use of the disassembler software x64dbg? Who has a lot of experiences with it?

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    A writer must have an IT field and excellent C programming skills and writing. Will upload the project description sheet please do what is asked. We are using Linus Mint and it's terminal with xed compiler. Please read the description thoroughly before starting, the files in .rar will be sent later. You may quote the price later when I will send the files. For now do not bid more than 30usd.

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    A writer must have an IT field and excellent C programming skills and writing. Will upload the project description sheet please do what is asked. We are using Linus Mint and it's terminal with xed compiler. Please read the description thoroughly before starting, the files in .rar will be sent later. You may quote the price later when I will send the files. For now do not bid more than 30usd.

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