Binary Analysis Platform is a framework for writing program analysis tools, that target binary files. The framework consists of a plethora of libraries, plugins, and frontends. The libraries provide code reusability, the plugins facilitate extensibility, and the frontends serve as entry points. The Framework is written in OCaml, but bindings to C, Python and Rust languages are available. The C-bindings expose the majority part of the interface. Replace NewValue with 119,600, the median value for a home in 2. Replace OldValue with 30,600, the median home value in 1940. The equation will appear as follows: After the establishment of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949, the mainland began a process of isolation from the international economy, partly for ideological reasons and partly because of Cold War embargos on trade imposed first by the United States in 1949 and then by the United Nations in 1951. Nevertheless, Hong Kong was vital to the international economic links that the PRC continued in order to pursue industrialization and support grain imports. Even during the period of self-sufficiency in the 1960s, Hong Kong’s imports of food and water from the PRC were a vital source of foreign exchange revenue that ensured Hong Kong’s usefulness to the mainland. In turn, cheap food helped to restrain rises in the cost of living in Hong Kong thus helping to keep wages low during the period of labor-intensive industrialization.