This post is focused on structuring a simple “ready-to-run” Ruby program executable from the command line (Terminal in Mac OSX) and dedicated to all the beginning Rubyists. 677 more words
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I’ve been researching this on and off for the past month. When your code is ready to be deployed into an executable file, there is a certain process that you require to do in MATLAB. 211 more words
The main reason for the fact that software that is built on one system , runs on another system without much extra effort is a data structure known as Portable Executable Format (here we are specifically referring to Windows systems, though other Operating Systems have similar data structures, for eg. 646 more words
If you missed the first part of this series, where you can read about what is a shellcode and how it works, you can find it here: … 3,229 more words