The second assignment involves writing a Python program to compute the price of

The second assignment involves writing a Python program to compute the price of a theater ticket. Your program should prompt the user for the patron’s age and whether the movie is 3D. Children and seniors should receive a discounted price. There should be a surcharge for movies that are 3D. You should decide on the age cutoffs for children and seniors and the prices for the three different age groups. You should also decide on the amount of the surcharge for 3D movies. Your program should output the ticket price for the movie ticket based on the age entered and whether the movie is in 3D.
Your program should include the pseudocode used for your design in the comments. Document the values you chose for the age cutoffs for children and seniors, the prices for the three different age groups and the surcharge for 3D movies in your comments as well.
You are to submit your Python program as a file (.py) file. In addition, you are also to submit a test report in a Word document or a .pdf file. 15% of your grade will be based on whether the comments in your program include the pseudocode and define the values of your constants, 70% on whether your program executes correctly on all test cases and 15% on the completeness of your test report.

I need TFTP client that will GET/PUT files on/from server (Dont need the server)

I need TFTP client that will GET/PUT files on/from server (Dont need the server)
You can user libraries like libpcap, libnet, BSD socket, etc.
it should run on system GNU/Linux
reference system: https://vutbr-my.sharepoint.com/:u:/g/personal/xvesel38_vutbr_cz/Ecthn_lpXplAuJROhs8UeEEB2nEf6KN_1dDHLN8H_ww-9A?e=LlQILE
Here is the output example:
$ mytftpclient
> -R -d /home/user/readme.txt -a 147.229.181.2,169 -c octet
[2014-09-15 20:59:11.190] Requesting READ from server 147.229.181.2:69
[2014-09-15 20:59:11.454] Receiving DATA … 1536 B of 2012545 B

[2014-09-15 20:59:18.454] Transfer completed without errors
>

$
it has to have few parameters:
-R/W -d -t -s -a address,port -c mode -m
R or W (compulsory)
it specifies if the client will read file from server or send file on server
-d (compulsory)
specifies file
-t
timeout in seconds. Client will ask server for timeout where server can (dont have to) accept. It specifies time before retransmission of unconfirmed data
-s
maximal block size in multiples of octets. For the upper limit consider smallest of MTU from every interface on which client can send TFTP message
-m
client asks server for transfer dat throught multicast
-c
mode that can be “ascii” (or “netascii”) or “binary” (or “octet”)
implicitly it is set on octet (or binary)
-a
address and port of the server in IPv4 or IPv6 on which the service can run if it is not specified consider IPv4 localhost therefore 127.0.0.1 and port 69 (127.0.0.1,69)

Instructions The first assignment involves writing a Python program to compute t

Instructions
The first assignment involves writing a Python program to compute the weekly pay for a salesman. Your program should prompt the user for the number of hours worked for that week and the weekly sales. Your program should compute the total pay as the sum of the pay based on the number of hours worked times the hourly rate plus the commission. You should chose a value for the hourly pay. The commission should be computed as a percentage of the weekly sales. You should choose a value for the percentage. Your program should output the pay based on the hours worked, the commission and the total pay for the week.
Your program should include the pseudocode used for your design in the comments. Document the values you chose for the hourly rate and commission percentage in your comments as well.
In future weeks you will learn how to make an industry standard test report to test that your program works correctly. For the assignment simply write a short paragraph of any activities that you performed to show that your program works correctly.
You are to submit your Python program as a file (.py) file. In addition, you are also to submit a short paragraph explaining how you tested the program in a Word document or a .pdf file. 15% of your grade will be based on whether the comments in your program include the pseudocode and define the values of your constants, and 85% on whether your program executes correctly on all test cases and whether you included a paragraph describing your approach to testing.

The second assignment involves writing a Python program to compute the price of

The second assignment involves writing a Python program to compute the price of a theater ticket. Your program should prompt the user for the patron’s age and whether the movie is 3D. Children and seniors should receive a discounted price. There should be a surcharge for movies that are 3D. You should decide on the age cutoffs for children and seniors and the prices for the three different age groups. You should also decide on the amount of the surcharge for 3D movies. Your program should output the ticket price for the movie ticket based on the age entered and whether the movie is in 3D.
Your program should include the pseudocode used for your design in the comments. Document the values you chose for the age cutoffs for children and seniors, the prices for the three different age groups and the surcharge for 3D movies in your comments as well.
You are to submit your Python program as a file (.py) file. In addition, you are also to submit a test report in a Word document or a .pdf file. 15% of your grade will be based on whether the comments in your program include the pseudocode and define the values of your constants, 70% on whether your program executes correctly on all test cases and 15% on the completeness of your test report.

Instructions The first assignment involves writing a Python program to compute t

Instructions
The first assignment involves writing a Python program to compute the weekly pay for a salesman. Your program should prompt the user for the number of hours worked for that week and the weekly sales. Your program should compute the total pay as the sum of the pay based on the number of hours worked times the hourly rate plus the commission. You should chose a value for the hourly pay. The commission should be computed as a percentage of the weekly sales. You should choose a value for the percentage. Your program should output the pay based on the hours worked, the commission and the total pay for the week.
Your program should include the pseudocode used for your design in the comments. Document the values you chose for the hourly rate and commission percentage in your comments as well.
In future weeks you will learn how to make an industry standard test report to test that your program works correctly. For the assignment simply write a short paragraph of any activities that you performed to show that your program works correctly.
You are to submit your Python program as a file (.py) file. In addition, you are also to submit a short paragraph explaining how you tested the program in a Word document or a .pdf file. 15% of your grade will be based on whether the comments in your program include the pseudocode and define the values of your constants, and 85% on whether your program executes correctly on all test cases and whether you included a paragraph describing your approach to testing.

A cybersecurity CTF (Capture the Flag) is a competition that tests your ability

A cybersecurity CTF (Capture the Flag) is a competition that tests your ability to apply skills that you have learned in this and other related courses to solve cybersecurity problems. These competitions will allow you to demonstrate your ability to apply your skills and knowledge to real-world problems that you will encounter in your tasks as a cyber analyst.

This is a Project on Convert Timing Channels. The project must be completed usin

This is a Project on Convert Timing Channels. The project must be completed using Python and Jupyter Notebook. All the instruction for the assignment is attached below in the Project notebook named ProjectV2. This Jupyter Notebook requires Python 3 ipykernel.
The project requires one figure ctc-implementation.jpg. You will find the figure attached below.
The excel file for 4.2 It’s a CSV file attached below as well.

• Design and implement a program that simulates the opening of a flood gate to a

• Design and implement a program that simulates the opening of a flood gate to allow excess water to be removed from a canal.
• Requirements Decomposition
– The canal has a natural flow rate 40 ft3/s at 3.3 feet. Rainfall increases the water level of the canal and a flood gate must be opened to remove the excess water.
– Prompt the user for the water level in feet ( must be> 3.3) and the number of feet to open the flood gate (must be >=1), and compute the and the current level of the canal.
– The program will simulate the discharge of water through the flood gate at a rate of 0.03 feet of water per minute for each foot that the food gate is open. This will continue until the water level in the canal has reached 3.3 feet.
Comments from Customer
Please put the code in the pdf file

1. understand and rewrite the attached code (https://1drv.ms/u/s!AidJC3PD0CHZpqd

1. understand and rewrite the attached code (https://1drv.ms/u/s!AidJC3PD0CHZpqdRshGDoU2IWGmHhA?e=lpTkDb) (check included mp4 demo);
2. when starting main app, besides blockchain initailization, the mininet visual topology needs to be generated too.
3. each time clicking button (enable or disable) device, it calls blockchain and triggers the devices changes on mininet topology(mininet_rest.py connection drops or reconnect). Currently it only called blockchain.
4. change the UI to make device controllers look and feel similar to actual mininet visual topology