Assembler dev meeting #10
As usual, #10 meeting was hold in CityU. We getting more familiar with Intel basic instruction set translating. Here is the actions list for next week: Zero padding, cut of pad “0” Jenny consolidate your code into well format, let us understand and give us tutorial next sat morning Desmond: nasm in linux example, able…
Assembler Dev Meeting #9 2019/08/16
Meeting #9come up with these fixes: Kelvin fix 66 67 REX Prefix Ending bytes (displacement) Desmond fix IMM* > IMM https://gitlab.com/quantr/toolchain/Assembler/issues/28
Generic E-Form system design
Lots of customers has implemented e-form using different technologies such as Nintex, SPFX, Microsoft Flow. We are going to design a generic E-Form system for them, providing a centralize mechanism for administrators to add/remove eform, user management, log management and etc…
Why Multisim sometime is 100% accurate than calculation, sometimes is not
This exercise is 100% same as calculation But below one is not 100% same as calculation, it use just same components: VC + Resistors. Is multisim using brute force to guess out the voltage and current values?
Assembler Dev meeting #6, #7 and #8
Desmond typed all basic instructions to grammar. We found some translation are wrong. I fixed the full test so can test all translated instructions.