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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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    Need an expert in Assembly Programming with AT&T syntax

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    I need someone expert in GHIDRA. This is a technical work.

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    Contact me immediately if you are an expert in MIPS32 assembly

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    Hello, I need help to develop a program written in assembly language and C or c++ Can we talk?

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    Need assistance on Assembly Programming Language TM4C123GXL Launch Pad

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    Hometime Solutions, a furniture store located in Montgomery, Al. We are in search of a new hire for furniture repair and assembly. Pay rate is starting at $15. We are looking for a diligent and work oriented individual to specialize in these two areas.

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    Need assistance on Assembly Programming Language TM4C123GXL Launch Pad

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    We are looking for an experience developer, familiar with EOSIO/Antelope to conduct an open-ended CODE REVIEW for the following repo: We are looking for a code review of these files in the repo: The focus is centred around if you find anything of concern, whether a logic error, inefficiency, security-related, architecturally, etc, Anything that departs from best practice. An important aspect is not to concentrate too much on whether the logic is correct - we are QA-ing the code to ensure that. It's best to concentrate on coding practices generally. NOTE: This is NOT a full, smart contract audit that goes into deeper details (i.e. fuzzing, overflow, DoS attacks etc.). We are looking for an independent 3rd party to review the code as to our focus illustrated abo...

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    1) Write a program that does the following; • Place a comment at the start of the program stating how many bits you’re assuming are in an integer. • Reads in an integer from the keyboard and displays it in hex. • Clears the upper 4 bits but leaves the lower bits unchanged. • Sets the LSB (least significant bit) and displays the result in hex • Toggles bit 1 (remember bit numbering starts at 0) and displays it in hex. 2) a) Write a program that counts from 10 to 0, displaying the numbers. b) Now modify it so that it sums up the numbers from 5 to 10 and displays the result.

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    conversion of C program to MIPS Assembly Code

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    You are to write a complete program in MIPS assembly language that implements the included C program. This program contains four functions in addition to the main() function. Your solution must implement all five routines as they have been coded in the example. In essence, your solution must follow their dependence as determined by the way they are invoked in the C code included. You are to use the MIPS simulator QtSpim. A list of SPIM system calls is provided in the lecture notes as also supplied for quick reference as follows:

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    You are to write a complete program in MIPS assembly language that implements the included C program. This program contains four functions in addition to the main() function. Your solution must implement all five routines as they have been coded in the example. In essence, your solution must follow their dependence as determined by the way they are invoked in the C code included. You are to use the MIPS simulator QtSpim.

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    You are to write a complete program in MIPS assembly language that implements the included C program. This program contains four functions in addition to the main() function. Your solution must implement all five routines as they have been coded in the example. In essence, your solution must follow their dependence as determined by the way they are invoked in the C code included. You are to use the MIPS simulator QtSpim.

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    Need help in LKM module development and some basic task

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    Needs to port simple assembly code on 64bit and working on LKM code

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    I am Looking for an experienced Freelancer in using OLLYDBG or IDA PRO Softwares Details are in the attached file

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    Write a program in assembly, without using symbols, that implements the described Feistel encryption system. The initial key, K0, will be stored in RAM[1], and the 16-bit plaintext will be stored in RAM[2]. The result of the encryption should be stored in RAM[0].

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    Details are in the attached Microsoft Word document

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