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Here is the link for the assignment. 2 source files are needed. Please let me kn

Here is the link for the assignment. 2 source files are needed. Please let me know if you have any questions. Hope to be working with you 🙂
https://github.com/haoyuUMB/cs240/tree/main/assign…

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I have already done the assignment but on running the code am getting an error.

I have already done the assignment but on running the code am getting an error. I would like someone to make some minor edits on the code for it to work, I have attached all necessary files and screenshots when I try to run the code. I would like the game to run, and some instructions on how to run the code.

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Choose from the following seven topics. Cryptography Steganography Computer Fore

Choose from the following seven topics.
Cryptography
Steganography
Computer Forensics
Parallel Computing
Cloud Computing
Big Data Analytics
Machine learning
The paper (saved as a PDF file) should be at least 4 pages double-spaced. It should have an introduction, at least 3 paragraph body and a conclusion.
Your references should be included at the end of the paper in a Works Cited section. You should cite at least 5 sources.
The fonts used should be New Times Roman, Calibri or Arial, and no larger than 12.

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Discussion question 1 (400 words minimum)

Discussion Question 1 (400 Words Minimum)
Describe two currently popular shells and describe the advantages of using shell scripts.
Compare the pros and cons of the two shells, support your argument with specific examples.
1 APA Citation Minimum

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Learning goal: i’m working on a c programming question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

there are 3 files of code it combined into one file.zip you need to create 3 flowcharts for equivalent with 3 code given. (example flowchart attached bellow you can review and do same like that.
code 1 Show pressing the button can switch the LED on and off. (given code)
code2 Show that with the code from Exercise 4 you have to hold the button to make the LED blink. (given code
code3 Show that with the code from Exercise 5 you can start and stop the blinking with the press
of a button and that you don’t have to hold the button to make the LED blink. (given code )
Also write a short Software Design (1 point) like example

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In a general sense, a programming environment combines hardware and software that allows a developer to build applications. Developers typically work in integrated development environments or IDEs. These connect users with all the features necessary to write and test their code correctly.

In a general sense, a programming environment combines hardware and software that allows a developer to build applications. Developers typically work in integrated development environments or IDEs. These connect users with all the features necessary to write and test their code correctly.

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Explain database concepts, systems, and architectures involved in database development.

2 Marks
Explain database concepts, systems, and architectures involved in database development.
Question One
Discuss any four types of Database Models?
2 Marks
Learning Outcome(s):
CLO1
Explain database concepts, systems, and architectures involved in database development.
Question Two Compare between the Two-Tier Client-Server DBMS Architecture and Three Tier Client-Server DBMS Architecture.
2 Marks
Learning Outcome(s):
CLO1
Explain database concepts, systems, and architectures involved in database development.
Question Three What are the drawbacks of using file system over database management system? 2 Marks
Learning Outcome(s):
CLO1
Explain database concepts, systems, and architectures involved in database development.
Question Four Describe the features of a Database Management System (DBMS) and its use within an organization.

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Need tutor have experimented with msp430 launchpad before.

Need tutor have experimented with msp430 launchpad before.
project 4 parts. part1:Show that pressing the button can switch the LED on and off. ( example code attached for review)
part2: Show that with the code from Exercise 4 you have to hold the button to make the LED blink.
part2: you can start and stop the blinking with the press
of a button and that you don’t have to hold the button to make the LED blink
part3:Show that you can make the code stop at a breakpoint in the main() function and show the
value of the loop variable changing as you step through the code.
payment was made when the code running on msp430 launchpad.

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Difference between identifiers

Difference between identifiers

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Gain more experience with dynamic memory allocation and deallocation.

Through this programming assignment, you will learn to do the following:
Learn to read and write binary files.
Gain more experience with using pointers.
Gain more experience with dynamic memory allocation and deallocation.
In this assignment, you are asked to manipulate an image from a 24-bit uncompressed bmp file. (The format of bmp files is given in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMP_file_format). To help with reading and writing the image file, you are given library functions and an example that deal with the bmp file (in a zip file). In the example, the image is flipped horizontally. You are asked to implement some additional functions including the verticalflip(), enlarge() and rotate() functions: the first flips the image vertically, the second is used to enlarge the image by an integer scale factor of 2 or 3; the last one is used to rotate the image either clockwise or counter-clockwise by a multiple of 90 degrees.
The program should take the following command-line options:
% bmptool [-f | -r degrees |-s scale| -v ] [-o output_file] [input_file]Where -s means to scale the image by a scale factor of 2 or 3 as indicated on the command line with a 2 or a 3, -r means to rotate the image by a multiple of 90 degrees clockwise if positive or counter-clockwise if negative, -v means to flip the image vertically and -f means to flip the image horizontally. You can assume for each type (-s, -r, -f, or -v), the command line has at most one option, but that should not affect your code. Only implement each one one time no matter how many times it is included. However, the user may present a combination, say, ‘bmptool -r -s -f -v’. If multiple option types are present, the order for processing the image is that you do scale first, then rotate, and then flip vertically and finally flip horizontally.
You are required to use getopt() to process the command-line. If ‘-o output_file’ is missing, use standard output. If ‘input_file’ is missing, use standard input. The options to use standard input or standard output will only be used when chaining commands. Make sure the program returns 0 on success. In that case, one can ‘chain’ the commands using pipes, like:
% bmptool -s 2 1.bmp | bmptool -r 90 | bmptool -f -o 2.bmpYour program needs to provide necessary sanity-check for command line arguments and handle various error conditions and prompt the user with helpful information. You need to use getopt() to process the command line arguments. Test your program with various combinations to make sure it works as expected. You must use dynamic memory to store the content of the new image before writing out to file. You need to reclaim memory afterwards to prevent memory leaks. Include your source code, your Makefile, the bmplib files that I have provided, and the example.bmp file in the zip file. I should be able to create the executable by typing ‘make’. The Makefile should also contain a ‘clean’ target for cleaning up the directory (removing all object files). Make sure you don’t include intermediate files: *.o, executables, *~, etc., in your submission.
If the program does not compile and do something useful when it runs it will not count.