# Real integers jobs

...hrs job foir expertise and you should be patient enough during work.
1)App should continuously run in background 24X7 and call webservice and parse data ,you will receive **integers** from 0 to 10 as a response from webservice call .
Webservice will be provided.
2)App should not stop at any time,it should restart the service if failed at any point of time

...hrs job foir expertise and you should be patient enough during work.
1)App should continuously run in background 24X7 and call webservice and parse data ,you will receive **integers** from 0 to 10 as a response from webservice call .
Webservice will be provided.
2)App should not stop at any time,it should restart the service if failed at any point of time

...hrs job foir expertise and you should be patient enough during work.
1)App should continuously run in background 24X7 and call webservice and parse data ,you will receive **integers** from 0 to 10 as a response from webservice call .
Webservice will be provided.
2)App should not stop at any time,it should restart the service if failed at any point of time

Budget 20$
1)App should continuously run in background 24X7 and call webservice and parse data ,you will receive **integers** from 0 to 10 as a response from webservice call .
Webservice will be provided.
2)App should not stop at any time,it should restart the service if failed at any point of time or mobile is restarted.
3)Code is already having turnOnLed()

1)App should continuously run in background 24X7 and call webservice and parse data ,you will receive **integers** from 0 to 10 as result from webservice call.
Webservice will be provided.
2)App should not stop at any time,it should restart the service if failed at any point of time.
3)Code is already having turnOnLed() for and turnOffLed() under

Considering a matrix of 10 rows by 12 columns containing **integers**, do a recursive function that locates in that matrix and returns how many sequences from numbers decreasing to 1 exist from the (lin, col) position and with initial value n. It is allowed to search right, left, up and down considering the value n minus one unit. As an example, the function

Budget 20$
Min of 3-5 years of Android coding experience is needed now.
1)App should continuously run in background 24X7 and call webservice and parse data ,you will receive **integers** from 0 to 10 as result from webservice call.
Webservice will be provided.
2)App should not stop at any time,it should restart the service if failed at any point of time.

Considering a matrix of 10 rows by 12 columns containing **integers**, do a recursive function that locates in that matrix and returns how many sequences from numbers decreasing to 1 exist from the (lin, col) position and with initial value n. It is allowed to search right, left, up and down considering the value n minus one unit. As an example, the function

(HugeIntegerClass) Create a class HugeInteger which uses a 40-element array of digits to store **integers** as large as 40 digits each. Provide methods Input, ToString, Add and Subtract. For comparing HugeInteger objects, provide the following methods: IsEqualTo, IsNotEqualTo, IsGreaterThan, IsLessThan, IsGreaterThanOrEqualTo and IsLessThanOrEqualTo. Each

...to build a website that allows the user to:
Register with simple email and password; select a variable from a drop down menu (with facilitated search);
input a value (in **integers**);
View the imputed values on a graph (where X=“Date of imputed variable” and Y= “value”); Keep records saved for user. As webmaster, I need to add new variables to the list

...will have about 4 values to put into columns. Lets say the data is 2 integer numbers and 2 dates.
I need a SUM() of each column of **integers**, an AVERAGE() of each column of **integers**, a COUNT() of each column of **integers**.
I need to be able to open a web browser, navigate myself to Google Sheets, open up this spreadsheet, and look at it. I don't even

I want a function that takes in an array of **integers** and separates each element of the array into odd and even numbers. Also, other two short function

...will have about 4 values to put into columns. Lets say the data is 2 integer numbers and 2 dates.
I need a SUM() of each column of **integers**, an AVERAGE() of each column of **integers**, a COUNT() of each column of **integers**.
I need to be able to open a web browser, navigate myself to Google Sheets, open up this spreadsheet, and look at it. I don't even

...hadoop
1. ODD/EVEN NUMBER (30 pts)
(Hint: Note that you are reading the file as text and need to convert the numbers to int())
Input: [login to view URL] (a list of 1000 **integers**)
Output: Count the number of odd numbers and even numbers in the file
2. Top 10 and bottom 10 words (30 pts)
(Hint: Search and try takeOrdered() method)
Input: shakespeare

...will have about 4 values to put into columns. Lets say the data is 2 integer numbers and 2 dates.
I need a SUM() of each column of **integers**, an AVERAGE() of each column of **integers**, a COUNT() of each column of **integers**.
I need to be able to open a web browser, navigate myself to Google Sheets, open up this spreadsheet, and look at it. I don't even

...this very simple thing for me: Using TensorFlow, implement a Neural Network where INPUT is an array of **integers**, and OUTPUT is an array of **integers**. The training set is object containing an array of array of **integers** (INPUT) and array of array of **integers** (OUTPUT). That's all. It's super simple (probably 10 lines of code) but I don't know any Python so

Write a program that (a) creates an array of 20 **integers** whose values increase by 1 from 0 until 4, then restarts from 0 and (b) prints out all the values of the array.
can someone help me do this for school work for free?

...After 15 seconds of running, the program (both producer and consumer threads) should be terminated gracefully without any error.
2. Producer Thread Producer thread generates **integers** (0~14) which are treated as a message. The thread first checks if the buffer is full or not. At this moment, make sure the producer thread always waits random period of time

.... (should be set the number) values are equal to, or fall within 1-2-...% (should be set the number) of an already recorded series, the APP should give back the 'SAVE as' **integers** of the database.
I am thinking about a very simple interface with only 2 large buttons ('Start / Lap', and 'Save'), the 'Save' should open a pop-up input field for savin...

On my Arduino is an 2x16 row LCD Display. With a Joystick you can switch between 3 **integers** to change their value

Write an assembly code (Intel x86) for gcc, to be able to sort an array of **integers** from smallest to largest using selection sort method.

Write a 6800 program which sorts the values in an array of positive **integers** in descending order (that is, from the largest value to the smallest value). You can modify the array in place, or you can choose to create a new array with the sorted values. Here is an example of the input array (called data in this example) - the array is terminated with

Write a 6800 program which sorts the values in an array of positive **integers** in descending order (that is, from the largest value to the smallest value). You can modify the array in place, or you can choose to create a new array with the sorted values. Here is an example of the input array (called data in this example) - the array is terminated with

...find all varibales that have been declared but not used, and give an error message "Variable var has not been used".
Variables should be a mix of simple variables like **integers**, and more complex ones like lists or structures.
Attention must be payed when variables share the same name but have different scope, as some of them might be used but not

...one screen.
2. Pick a city, photo and city name.
3. Apartments view: photo, [login to view URL], [login to view URL], [login to view URL] and fav button.
4. Single apartment view, few strings and **integers** with a slideshow.
5. Fav view, same as Pick a City view (#2).
6. My places: post a new apartment and view of current apartments i have posted so i can edit already post

...described below..
1. Create an Array object called “cars” to store and manage a number of Car objects.
2. Car class consists of the Strings make, model and serialNumber; and the **integers** year and
score.
3. Write the appropriate program segments to carry out the following operations:
1. Run a race
Given the number of cars and duration of the competition

...the two variables.
- Only one producer thread and only one consumer thread will be created in addition to the main
thread.
- The producer thread should send a sequence of **integers** to the consumer. Specifically, it should send the sequence 1, 2, 3, ..., 1000000, in that order by inserting each value in order to the shared buffer. In case that the buffer

Step 1. Read about homomorphic encryption, research papers and use
library/implement El Gamal or Pallier or any related algorithm.
Add and multiply two **integers** in encrypted domain.
Give a short demo and report.
Step 2. Encrypt same number twice, you will get different results.
This is because of the random number.

Write a function:
function robotWalk($X);
that, given the robot instructions X in the form of zero-indexed arrays consisting of non-negative **integers**, returns the final Cartesian coordinate of the robot, expressed in a 2-element array.

...in column. Find out the totals below if basic pay is more than Rs. 15000. Prepare a payroll statement.
Q2Question 2 :
Prepare a spread sheet in MS EXCEL to classify 100 **integers** (varying between 200 to 500, Generated at Random) according to the following class intervals: (Fix them before grouping)
Class
Intervals Frequency
< 260

...the two variables.
- Only one producer thread and only one consumer thread will be created in addition to the main
thread.
- The producer thread should send a sequence of **integers** to the consumer. Specifically, it should send the sequence 1, 2, 3, ..., 1000000, in that order by inserting each value in order to the shared buffer. In case that the buffer

Write a Scheme function show-up-to-n that takes as an argument a list of **integers** l and an integer n, and returns a list like the original, except that all elements that are greater than or equal to n are removed. For example,
(show-up-to-n '(4 6 3 -8 3 4) 5) ==> (4 3 -8 3 4)
(show-up-to-n '(3 4 6 3 2 2 4) 3) ==> (2 2)

Добрый день, Вы могли бы написать библиотеку на Питоне? Вот задача в двух словах: I have to compress big list of **integers** in Python by using two well known approaches PFORDelta Encoding and the VariableByteEncoding. Если интересно, свяжитесь со мной, я расскажу детали.

Добрый день, Вы могли бы написать библиотеку на Питоне? Вот задача в двух словах: I have to compress big list of **integers** in Python by using two well known approaches PFORDelta Encoding and the VariableByteEncoding. Если интересно, свяжитесь со мной, я расскажу детали.

Добрый день, Вы могли бы написать библиотеку на Питоне? Вот задача в двух словах: I have to compress big list of **integers** in Python by using two well known approaches PFORDelta Encoding and the VariableByteEncoding. Если интересно, свяжитесь со мной, я расскажу детали.

**integers** in Python by using two well known approaches PFORDelta Encoding and the VariableByteEncoding. Если интересно, свяжитесь со мной, я расскажу детали.

...Sunk if all positions are hit.
o The method should return an indication of a hit (true) or a miss (false).
o Your attack method should validate that x and y are positive **integers** and throw a suitable exception if they are not.
You should choose the correct types and access modifiers for each type.
You may add as much code and data structures as

...at the top of your code) that deal with separate ranges of **integers**. For example, if MAX is 1000 and K is 10, then the threads would deal with the ranges 1..100, 101..200, 201..300, etc. You can assume that K evenly divides MAX so that each of the ranges contains the same number of **integers**. (You might consider how to deal with the situation when K

Given two 4-bit **integers**, A and B, build a circuit that can outputs 1 if A is divisible by B, or 0 otherwise. It should be done using 4 bit ALU

Need this within 7 hours from now.
Declare **integers** as .Xword
single-precision floating-point numbers as .float
X registers for **integers** and addresses
S registers for single-precision floating-point numbers
Convert the integer into a floating-point number using SCVTF
Have,
X0 contain the address of the array a
X1 contain the value of n(not

Your task is to implement a program that do the multiplication of two large n-digit **integers** using the fast divide-and-conquer algorithm (recall Divide-and-Conquer lecture slides 57). Your program must also include the classical multiplication algorithm

Write the program that does the following. Use semaphores.
1. The main (parent) thread initializes an array of 3 **integers** to zero.
2. The parent creates 3 children. Child i adds 1 to array[i], where i = 0, 1, 2. Order not important.
3. The parent waits for the children to finish adding, and then prints the values in the array.

...unsigned **integers** then create a menu like so:
[login to view URL] elements to set1
[login to view URL] elements to set2
[login to view URL] an element from set1
[login to view URL] an element from set2
[login to view URL] a union of set1 and set2 into set3
[login to view URL] an intersection of set1 and set2 into set3
[login to view URL] set1, set2, and set3
[login to view URL]...

REQUIRED: A java program that multiply two (large) **integers** (represented as arrays)
, the program must use the divide and conquer algorithm plus the classical
multiplication algorithm.
The program must consider the following:
1- The possibility of having two **integers** of different lengths
2- working in three modes:
a) recursive mode : only give

REQUIRED: A java program that multiply two (large) **integers** (represented as arrays)
, the program must use the divide and conquer algorithm plus the classical
multiplication algorithm.
The program must consider the following:
1- The possibility of having two **integers** of different lengths
2- working in three modes:
a) recursive mode : only give

Dear,
Write a function that takes a list of **integers** as argument and calculates how you can 'jump' in this list. Take for example the list
List(4, 0, 4, 0, 1, 0, 2,1)
The **integers** stand for how many "steps" you can jump forward. The first 4, for example, means you can jump to one of the next 4 elements, that is 0, 4, 0 and 1. If you land

Prove or disprove the statement.
For all **integers** n, 10≤n≤200, n^2-79n+1601 is prime.
Is the statement true or false?
Code in Java using for, if and else statements.
The proof or disproof written without referring the code.

Write a program(filename:[login to view URL]) in Go to solve the previous problem, using the example above, the inpu...24
the program should firstly read an integer(i.e 31) which is total length of steel bar. Next, theprogram reads another integer (i.e 4) which tells the program how many **integers** followed then, the program needs to read the four cutting points

i need to write a mips program to sort **integers** in an array

Given the following lists of signed **integers**:
List A: -50, 20, 6, 0, 6, -2, -4, 2, 10, 20
List B: 15, 25, 1, -1, 9, 1, 11, 9
Write an assembly program to do the followings:
- Allocate data memory to store the number lists.
(To initialize data, you may use the sample startup.s file below as an example.)
startup.s
- Sort the