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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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    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]. Your solution should be submitted in a file called “”. You may use any RAM locations not specified in the description for intermediate variables. . Check the attached pdf

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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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    I need someone who has knowledge in Prolog programming language.

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    Hi, I need a simple ARM (arm64) hello world program in assembly. Basically it's an assembly file (with .s extension) that would read a string from standard input and prints out the length of string. Just need it to learn how to code in assembly. You can't use C/C++ functions (except for printf and scanf) and can't use automated tools such as a GCC compiler to turn C into assembly.

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    Feistal assembly 4 days left

    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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    Need to develop MIPS program based on the instructions attached in the file.

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    Assembly expert required 2 days left
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    Deadline: 1 days you need to show the progress by every 7 hours

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    Simulate code with Microchip Studio7 Need to write two code one in C and the other in Assembler language

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    I am Looking for an experienced Freelancer in using IDA PRO software

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    computer Software assembly for expert

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    I need someone who can compile Rust and C/C++ into wasm. Please reply with some examples. Thanks

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    Furniture 18 hours left

    I need a 5 bed room set put together, a tv stand and and 2 person dinning room ffrom bad boy

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