Assembly Language Jobs

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  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $50,000.00 Posted
    Hello, I'm looking for someone to implement the networking protocol (first you'll need to figure it out of course!) of MetaTrader4. The only part that is necessary is to retrieve the "Account History" from the user/pass that is given. So likely you'll need to log in, and request the history. But the difficult part here is that you'll need to investigate how the network exactly works in order to encrypt it. - No upfronts! - budget is ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $50.00 Posted
    Unzip > Open Mixer.exe > ID test02 > PW 123456 > Enter When click ACCUEIL go to http://www.77pb.com/site/ need change to http://www.mixmasteronline.net/ When click FAQ go to http://www.77pb.com/site/ need change to http://www.mixmasteronline.net/faqs/ In the middle have a website load iframe http://www.77pb.com/patch/ need change to http://www.mixmasteronline.net/mixer/ Send me tutorial how changes was done in technical speaking or make a software allow ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $40.00 Posted
    Hello. Time ago a developer from FREELANCER developed a Light and FAN dimmer using a PIC16F1936. It works great! but I realizes that when you power OFF and the turn ON again the PIC all settings are gone!. I ask him to add an eeprom memory (9pin), so all settings can be saved on PIC, but I cannot find him anymore! it seems that he vanished from freelancer. Also I want to change some buttons on the source code and ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $2,000.00 Posted
    TWO TASKS: 1) Modify bootloader code from Microchip AN851: a) to operate on PIC16F1705, PIC16F1718, PIC16F1783 b) to allow use on a half duplex (with echo) RS232 link c) use a fixed baud rate d) not use Interrupts chaining, but re-write of Interrupt vector 2) Modify the windows code from AN851, C and Visual basic to: a) support the devices b) support the baud rate, and half duplex (with echo) link c) support custom bootloader entry and exit procedures.
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