Monday, February 06, 2017
Hackman Suite - TechnoLogismiki
With Hackman Hex Editor you can edit any type of file in your hard disk, even your hard disk itself or a process in memory. Data are presented in 6 different ways (modes): ASCII, Hex, Binary, Octal, Decimal and Custom mode. The editor comes with unlimited undo/redo with undo/redo lists, full clipboard control: cut, copy, paste, paste special, clear clipboard, highly sophisticated find and replace, unlimited watches and bookmarks and numerous conversion modes, including Java, C++, VB, ASCII, text and more.
You can always use the Patch Maker, the MS-DOS Executable Maker, Merger/Splitter and Checksums (CRC16/32, MD5, SHA1 and more) to check and / or manipulate files. Embedded cryptographic capabilities (Skipjack, NSA, RCA algorithms), support for macros, inline command bar, numerous plugins and external tools, configurable toolbar, shortcuts and menus, multilingual interface and online help consist a part of the features list.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
But dont take chances, get your number right and be a Master of Calculus and Fourier Series.
The Math Forum - Ask Dr. Math
FAQ, Formulas, Selected Answers, Schools. search for a term like binary division then you will get the answer
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Sequences and Series of Functions Grapher
The applet plots consecutive terms of a user-defined sequence or a series of functions. Those can be, in particular, Taylor series and Fourier series. A piecewise defined limit function can also be entered and plotted.
Monday, September 15, 2008
These pages have source code and also circuits and helps you learn how to design the firmware.
- Serial port controlled infrared transmitter with PIC
- Simple irrigation controller with PIC
- 3-wire serial LCD interface
- PBUS multi-drop RS422/485-type network
Electrical Engineer, Engineer of Informatics - Peter Jakab
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
The Advanced Hex Editor (AXE) is a powerful hex editor for Microsoft Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP.
With AXE you can type, cut, copy, paste, insert, and delete hex, ASCII, or Unicode text. You can drag and drop from one document to another, you can product text or HTML reports. You can open extra synchronized views of a document. You can goto, find, replace, and jump. You can mark changed areas, mark interesting areas, mark areas that differ from another version of the document, set bookmarks,
You can define ranges of marked bytes, then search in them or apply arithmetic to them. You can define structures, and then edit areas of the document using the structure as a template. You can create and run scripts. You can work with files up to 1.5Gb without slowing your system. You can edit disks, drives, and memory.
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