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Category:Computer-aided design softwareThe person, who is reported to have been running for his life, eventually ran out of ammunition and surrendered.
Kerala: An armed man on Sunday evening shot at policemen at Vellayambalam in Kerala’s Kannur district and fled. A police team has launched a hunt for the person, who is reported to have been running for his life.
The incident occurred when a group of people were protesting against a land dispute in Vellayambalam. Police control room in Kannur has received complaint regarding firing.
The police team on their way to the spot has filed a complaint about a man firing at the policemen. The man was reported to be running for his life. The police team is on its way and has started a search for him. There is no injury on the body of the person, police said.
The police team is also checking if the weapon belongs to the protesters. No fresh incident has been reported so far.Q:
I have a question regarding tracing assembly code. I’ve read articles about opcodes and how to predict the actions of a program.
Suppose I have a binary
0 1 0 0 0 1
1 1 0 1 1 0
0 1 1 1 1 0
And I want to know the next output of the binary. I know that the program should stay in two states:
Stable state Unstable state
0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1
1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0
1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0
And a core is chosen to be used by a microprocessor. So if it stays in the stable state, it’ll move to the next stable state. But there’s something I don’t understand here.
If the program enters the unstable state, will the core keep executing, unless it returns to the stable state?
Your input to the binary is a series of $1$’s and $0$’s that isn’t $T$ or $F$. In your example, you’ve got a string of $1101$ $1$’s and $0$’s. When you’re doing most modern microprocessors, you have a special instruction that maps
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Category: Graphic software for WindowsIf you have an iPad or any app in your iPod library that you rarely use, e-mail it to me and I’ll link to it in this blog. Until then, it’s a stream of consciousness for someone who could spend more time working on coding.
Monday, February 16, 2006
The backup is done, now comes the fun part. Time to start using it again. It’s my last day of work for a week. Maybe time to start looking at new technology – maybe home networking, since there are some features I have wanted for a while.
Sunday, February 15, 2006
Most of the programs on my system seem to have some sort of source, so I’ll just make a list of the one I really want to find a way to do. I have a game I’ve wanted to play on my computer for awhile, along with a few programs I want to reinstall. I’m doing them off and on, but most of them are doing more off than on now.
I’ve been working on the school project. Having only one person working on it sucks, so I’m going to need help once school is over. I’m going to do a few more edits on it tonight, just work on it for a bit, or, should I say school for a bit. Perhaps it’s time to get a daily planner…
Thursday, February 12, 2006
The Dell 1720 has been my only computer for awhile now. I could almost forgive it because it uses XP and even though it is running slow, it works. Now that it’s running Vista, however, I’m starting to feel the lack of XP. Fortunately, Dell has put out a new model, the 1720c, so I’m hoping it will be my upgrade instead of starting over.
I have an easy week coming up, I’m not going to have to worry about anything except school. We have the school project to work on, but I still have time to work on it before we get to that. I had to do some manual organizational of my files yesterday because the program made a mess of everything. Some were a little hard to find…
On a side note, I went to the Fairview Branch Library today, which I liked. I wanted to check out the local airport, so I was able to check out the chart for the local airport.