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Assembly language is a computing language used in the programming of computerized devices. Since there are not many people that understand this language, experts like you should take all the jobs available at
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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coding microp(assembly language) coding about the whole process of microwave, coding for keypad, lcd timer for example, when user press no 1, lcd shows mode 1 , temp high, timer(7 -segment )countdown 10 second 9 C Programming, Engineering, Electronics, C++ Programming, Assembly May 29, 2017 Today6d 7h $22
schematic and pcb layout complete electronic product design 33 C Programming, Microcontroller, PCB Layout, Assembly, Circuit Design May 28, 2017 May 28, 20175d 13h $383
OS programming skills needed...assembly level/c//C++ need someone to modify source code of reactos for me ...need to change design a bit and logos, branding and make it a bit more stable .... [url removed, login to view] experienced guys only.... 9 C Programming, Software Architecture, Assembly May 26, 2017 May 26, 20174d 4h $46
designing VerySimpleCPU 2) There, InstructionSet folder has the description of VerySimpleCPU instructions. Sim folder is where you may work on your assembly programming. VerilogTB is where you may work on your VerySimpleCPU.v. 3) No need for you to write a new assembly program. I have [url removed, login to view] in Sim folder. It tests every single instruction. It even tests some instructions under a few different conditions. After you run this program on your Verilog design, you should make sure that you see the "after =" values in the marked memory locations. Other locations do not change. A few locations may change although they should not change if your design is buggy. 4) When you run the simulator/assembler [url removed, login to view], it assembles your program for Verilog simulation as well. The Verilog version of the assembler output is in program.v, which is directly in Verilog syntax. 5) Copy program.v into VerilogTB folder. It is included from blram.v and programs the block RAM (memory) VerySimpleCPU with everything in the .asm file (program and input data). 6) You may then simulate your design (VerySimpleCPU.v), tb.v, and blram.v in VerilogTB folder using Xilinx ISIM (part of Xilinx ISE design suite). 7) If your design is working, meaning if you see the "after =" values in the memory locations marked in [url removed, login to view], then your design is possibly correct. You may also want to check your program with the recursive factorial program in Lab4. It is best if you try your design with also an assembly program you write. 8) Make sure your VerySimpleCPU.v synthesizes without any errors or warnings except #1 related warnings. Map the IO of your VerySimpleCPU to some arbitrary pins in a .ucf file. 7 C Programming, Assembly May 26, 2017 May 26, 20173d 23h $59
Project for ne0ph0enix Hi ne0ph0enix, I noticed your profile and would like to offer you my project. We can discuss any details over chat. 1 C Programming, Python, C++ Programming, , Assembly, x86/x64 Assembler May 26, 2017 May 26, 20176d 20h $250
Construct a biconical coil This project is about creating a new special type of antenna. The antenna consists of 2 parts: - A biconical coil - A spherical metal shield Dimensions of the sphere should be between 10 and 20 cm, whatever is more manufacturable. The coil winding should have as much turns possible I would need 2 antennas (shipment to belgium). If you are handy feel free to contact me! 11 Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering, Assembly May 26, 2017 May 26, 20173d 18h $524
wiring man we are looking for wiring technician that able to read electrical schematic diagram for semiconductor equipment assembly. 10 PLC & SCADA, PCB Layout, Assembly, Circuit Design May 24, 2017 May 24, 20172d 6h $19
Tweak in Assembly very simply an executable (using Ollydbg, etc) I have an exe program (assembly only, no code) and I want to change a bit its behavior; it should be tweaked in Ollydbg, etc and then saved as new. (Nothing illegal, as you will see proof.) Just change conditions for a couple of jump instructions in ASM. Calling this reverse engineering would be too much; if you know what to do, it should take less than 10-15 min. ##### Deliverables: ##### The exe file, modified according to instructions. ** Automatic bids will be dismissed. ** Bids over the max budget have less priority. 19 C Programming, Embedded Software, Assembly May 23, 2017 May 23, 201713h 4m -
Project for fsahmkowbeicos -- 2 Hi fsahmkowbeicos, I noticed your profile and would like to offer you my project. We can discuss any details over chat. 4 C Programming, MySQL, C++ Programming, , Assembly, OpenGL May 22, 2017 May 22, 20172d 11h $9
Visual Basic, .NET, Software Architecture, C++ Programming, Assembly Sep 6, 2016 Sep 6, 2016Ended
Visual Basic, .NET, Software Architecture, C++ Programming, Assembly Aug 28, 2016 Aug 28, 2016Ended
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