## Initially, any individual who needs to distinguish a wireless number ought to know ab

Don’t: Put in a request with any organization promising “moment results” or “boundless phone queries”
Manage any individual who has guaranteed anything for nothing, similar to “free mobile phone number hunt”

Purchase anything without looking at costs extend from \$45-\$175 for a similar information. Additionally, pay special  consumer phonelist mind to those contribution unthinkably low costs (we have seen various locales promising wireless quest information for \$19.95 and even \$14.95- – none of them genuine.

Make a buy without comprehending what you’re getting. Never purchase from any individual who confesses to utilizing an information base (there is no phone data set!). Manage anybody that doesn’t unveil precisely what they will give. Numerous organizations make unclear guaranteed dependent on your desires, however convey just pointless data, for example, the name of the wireless transporter

Give a dime to any organization that doesn’t guarantee exact, checked data

All things considered, it ought to be noticed that nobody will furnish you with precise phone search data without doing a real examination concerning the number you give. Anybody in any event, alluding to a wireless number catalog, or any comparable garbage is attempting to scam you.

These are the more normal tricks and ploys. A comprehensive rundown of what to search for is past the extent of this article. Buyers are asked to utilize sound judgment when managing any electronic organization.

## plotting – Multiple Matrixplots with a common colorbar, but can’t distinguish the values

The problem is that Mathematica automatically scales all the values of the matrices to lie in the range `{0, 1}` before passing it to `ColorFunction`.

The solution is to define your own `ColorFunction` that does the scaling for you. This also means that you need to set `ColorFunctionScaling -> False`. For instance

``````mat1 = RandomReal[{-100, 100}, {3, 3}]; mat2 =
RandomReal[{-50, 50}, {3, 3}]; mat3 =
RandomReal[{-5, 5}, {3, 3}]; mat4 = RandomReal[{-0.1, 0.1}, {3, 3}];
minmax = MinMax@Flatten[{mat1, mat2, mat3, mat4}, 2];
cf = ColorData["Rainbow"]@Rescale[#, minmax, {0, 1}] &;

plot1 = MatrixPlot[mat1, ColorFunction -> cf, Frame -> True,
FrameTicks -> {{{1, "n=-2"}, {2, "n=-1"}, {3, "n=0"}}, {{1,
"m=-2"}, {2, "-1"}, {3, "0"}}},
FrameTicksStyle -> Directive[Bold, 20],
ColorFunctionScaling -> False];
plot2 = MatrixPlot[mat2, ColorFunction -> cf, Frame -> True,
FrameTicks -> {{{1, "n=-2"}, {2, "n=-1"}, {3, "n=0"}}, {{1,
"m=-2"}, {2, "-1"}, {3, "0"}}},
FrameTicksStyle -> Directive[Bold, 20],
ColorFunctionScaling -> False];
plot3 = MatrixPlot[mat3, ColorFunction -> cf, Frame -> True,
FrameTicks -> {{{1, "n=-2"}, {2, "n=-1"}, {3, "n=0"}}, {{1,
"m=-2"}, {2, "-1"}, {3, "0"}}},
FrameTicksStyle -> Directive[Bold, 20],
ColorFunctionScaling -> False];
plot4 = MatrixPlot[mat4, ColorFunction -> cf, Frame -> True,
FrameTicks -> {{{1, "n=-2"}, {2, "n=-1"}, {3, "n=0"}}, {{1,
"m=-2"}, {2, "-1"}, {3, "0"}}},
FrameTicksStyle -> Directive[Bold, 20],
ColorFunctionScaling -> False];

Legended[GraphicsGrid[Partition[{plot1, plot2, plot3, plot4}, 2]],
BarLegend[{"Rainbow", minmax}, LegendLayout -> "Column"]]
``````

## website design – What icons would be better to distinguish between knowing an answer or not?

I know the headline might not be that explanatory, so let me elaborate. I have a website with some different questions, for which you can get the answer revealed if you click on a button.

So that looks something like this:

Now, for each question I have I would like to know if the person reading it knows the answer to this question or not, by placing two icon above or below the box (have no decided yet). However, I am having a hard time to decide what icons are actually the best way of “asking” this. I’ve tried with thumbs up and down, but in some way, that seems more like a question about whether I like this question or not – not if I know the answer. The same goes for a checkmark and a cross. So which to icons would you recommend in a situation like this?

## usability – How to distinguish Time-bound vs One time events in a timeline

I’m working on a ‘Timeline’ component, where there are two kind of events that need to be represented:

1. Time-bound events: An event that has a fixed start and end time
(for example a meeting)
2. One Time Event: This kind of events
happen only once (example: A file has been uploaded, or a request has been approved)

As of now for the ‘Time-bound’ events I have shown start and end time as dots and connected them with a line, and for the One-time events are represented by single dots.

When we did some usability testing,

Users thought that the single dots are events that are ‘yet to Start’

(Even though there were clear info about the event on mouse hover tooltip)

Is there a way to visualize them more clearly?

## redirects – How does a Windows server distinguish between 2 pages redirected to the same IP address?

I'm new to server wokings so have mercy on me.

What I want to understand is how does a Windows server distinguish between 2 pages redirected to the same IP address?
I've been doing my best to understand for the past few hours by doing an uncontrollable search on Google.
From what I've gotten so far, the Win server can be configured to perform http redirects that have status codes. There is a log of these on the server. I found an article mentioning that the http 1.1 protocol includes a header called host which specifies which particular page a client is trying to access. So if I understand correctly, the server is using this host header to send requests to the right page?

Is there more to this, or does the server need nothing else to distinguish between these two pages? Does my question even make sense? Also, do you know of any documents that I could read that would bring more light to this?

## How to distinguish a statue from a petrified creature in 5th?

Do permanent spells like stone flesh leave a lingering aura so you can distinguish a statue from someone who has been petrified? Or do you have to guess if this statue of the prince is in fact the prince himself?

## How to distinguish the white hat from the black SEO hat?

I have therefore sought to promote my business and I plan to hire this business (white hat SEO) (https://position1seo.co.uk/white-hat-seo/) to play in completely safe. The thing is, I don't know exactly what techniques are considered white SEO, and I want to be sure I hire a trusted agency. Can anyone tell me what methods characterize white hat optimization? Also, how do I know that they are not actually using the black hat techniques on my website?

## security – Wasn't the purpose of reCAPTCHA to distinguish humans from robots? reCAPTCHA has stopped showing a challenge and is blocking you squarely

This is what i get now instead of a "challenge" to solve:

Your computer or network can send automated requests. To protect our users, we cannot process your request at this time.

What do they mean by "maybe send automated queries"? That's it point so that reCAPTCHA exists and is used by any webmaster: to differentiate these requests from human requests! By giving a challenge that only a human can solve. But they don't even show such a puzzle / challenge anymore. So there is no point in having the thing there in the first place; just block any request by default, which is actually the case today.

Incredibly silly. It really has literally become impossible to do anything more online. Nothing allows you to register anywhere. Nothing works.

## finite automata – NDFA has maximum states of 2 ^ n similarly for qubits in quantum computation. How to distinguish them in terms of calculation?

I am a computer engineer. I have studied the basics of quantum computing. When dealing with multiple states, I think NDFA does similar to quantum computing but we preferred to convert NDFA to DFA and resolve the issues. But in the Quantum era, we prefer this multistate quantum property to address the major problems of NP. Why? Where they both look alike and where they differ in terms of calculation