you will design a simple 8-bit ALU. Requirements: The eight functions that you will implement are: add, subtract, and, or, shift left logical, less than, shift right logical, and shift right arithmetic. The ALU will perform a desired function on two 8-bit inputs (X and Y, where x0 is the...
You are given a set of n tasks to be performed. The ith task takes ti units of time to complete. You are given a set of dependencies, (u, v), meaning that task u must be completed before task v can start. You may assume that there are no cyclic dependencies. Present an O(|V | + | E |) time...
i am implementing zrp on ns2.34, but even on correct compilation. wen i executes zrp.tcl it is giving empty nam and trace file ?
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Write a matlab script that prompts the user to enter their gender, and height (in inches) and uses an If statement to compute their ideal weight in Kg
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