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1-Write an assembly language subroutine that receives the offsets of three arrays, all of equal size. It adds the second and third arrays to the values in the first array. When it returns, the first array has all new values. Write a test program in C/C++ that creates an array, passes it to the subrou- tine, and prints the contents of the first array.
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Write a function min-split in Scheme that takes a list of two or more positive integers (duplicates are possible) and other
auxiliary parameters of your choice. The list L is flat, i.e., it does not contain sublists. The function min-split returns the
size of the minimum split of a list L.
It is up to you to choose the auxiliary parameters that min-split takes. All auxiliary parameters must be ...
The platform should be able to replicate all the features of http://www.pbnlab.com.
Sorting expired domains by using Majestic API and Moz API,
Checking if they are expired with name cheap or godaddy api, etc.
Bid if you know what I'm talking about.
Designs of the platform is already done in sketch.
The background needs to be whitened with just a touch of shadow on the full length shots.
There is approx 1300 images in total.
They would also need to be cropped into an 8x10 and returned as a high res jpeg.
Also how would i send them to you? They are RAW files.
Turn around time 5 days. Need this done ASAP.
Develop a program to determine the average seek length for the FIFO, SSTF, and SCAN and C/SCAN disk scheduling algorithms. Use the following simulation queue: 55, 58, 39, 18, 90, 160, 150, 38, 184. In addition to determining average seek length, show the processing order for each queue entry for each algorithm.