How do you become a lich and what happens when you become one? [duplicate]

So I was researching the Book of Vile Darkness. It says in it that it contains the information in which you could become a lich. How would you become one and what happens when you do?

ruby – Refactor RSpec test to remove duplicate code

I’m testing a custom each method that’s called my_each, it is expected to behave exactly like the original each method.

This is part of the tests that I have so far (simplified):

require 'rspec'
require_relative '../enumerables'

describe 'enumerables' do
  let(:array) { (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) }
  let(:range) { Range.new(1, 5) }

  it 'calls the given block once for each element in self' do
    my_each_output = ''
    block = proc { |num| my_each_output += num.to_s }
    array.each(&block)
    each_output = my_each_output.dup
    my_each_output = ''
    array.my_each(&block)
    expect(@my_each_output).to eq(@each_output)
  end

  it 'calls the given block once for each element in self' do
    my_each_output = ''
    block = proc { |num| my_each_output += num.to_s }
    range.each(&block)
    each_output = my_each_output.dup
    my_each_output = ''
    range.my_each(&block)
    expect(my_each_output).to eq(each_output)
  end
end

This is working fine, but as you can see, there is a lot of duplicate code in the two it blocks.

Is there a way I can improve this or make it more DRY?

For this you can assume that the tested code looks like this (enumerables.rb):

module Enumerable
  def my_each(*args, &block)
    each(*args, &block)
  end
end

What is the most common fix for duplicate content?

Hello friends,

 

What is the most common fix for duplicate content?

List Splitting by Even Position [duplicate]

How to select only even elements of a list, position-wise.

l = {1, 4, 5, 4, 1}
(* f(l) returns *)
(* Out: {4,4} *)

MySQL : Stored Procedure from Trigger giving duplicate results

I have created a stored procedure to insert data into an audit table. The procedure accepts an argument that takes table name and same value is inserted into the audit table along with PK.

When i’m calling this stored procedure from AFTER DELETE trigger, from multiple tables it is inserting duplicate values. Basically, same PK value is getting inserted for all table names in the audit table. So, if i delete a record from a table, number of inserts in audit table for single delete = number of triggers.

CREATE PROCEDURE sp_ins_log(
trigger_name VARCHAR(64),
column_value VARCHAR(255))
BEGIN

INSERT ....

END$$
CREATE TRIGGER tr_table_ad
AFTER DELETE
ON table_name FOR EACH ROW
CALL sp_ins_log('table_name',old.id);

But, if i put the same insert query individually in each trigger, it works fine.

seo – Duplicate content, canonical url and json-ld Article

If I have a duplicate content, which URLs should I use in json-ld Article schema? To be precise, let’s say I want to publish an article from my blog.example.xyz on another site e.g. popular.example.com. When I publish the article on popular.example.com I go and update canonical URL on my blog.example.xyz, and og:url property (both should be same as implied here):

<!-- this is on blog.example.xyz -->
<link rel="canonical" href="https://popular.example.com/my-duplicate-article/">
<meta property="og:url" content="https://popular.example.com/my-duplicate-article/" />

I also use http://schema.org/Article to describe the Article entity, however, usually all URLs within it point to my own blog.example.xyz

<!-- this is on blog.example.xyz -->
<script type="application/ld+json">
  {
    "@context": "http://schema.org",
    "@type": "Article",
    "author": {
      "name" : "Gitnik"
    },
    "headline": "My Duplicate Article",
    "description" : "Uhm, how do I deal with Article entity in case of duplicate content?",
    "inLanguage" : "en",
    "wordCount":  600 ,
    "datePublished" : "2020-05-18T21:00:00",
    "dateModified" : "2020-05-18T21:00:00",
    "image" : "http://blog.example.xyz/img/logo.png",
    "mainEntityOfPage" : "http://blog.example.xyz/2020/05/my-duplicate-article/",
    "publisher" : {
      "@type": "Organization",
      "name" : "http://blog.example.xyz/",
      "logo" : {
          "@type" : "ImageObject",
          "url" : "http://blog.example.xyz/img/logo.png",
          "height" :  60 ,
          "width" :  60
      }
    }
  }
  </script>

but Google states that mainEntityOfPage should be same as canonical URL. Now, it’s easy to update mainEntityOfPage to the new url. But what about image url and organization? Can image url point to a location other than canonical url? And should I change Organization entity to the popular.example.com and change the url there also? How would it affect SEO if I left them unchanged? How would it affect SEO if I left mainEntityOfPage unchanged?

confused, need help [duplicate]

I hope you all are safe and healthy. My husband is coming to the United States for the first time on a CR1 visa. I want to ask, there’s a flight coming from pk to London. From London can he take a plane to the United States? Does he need a transit visa? The airport closes at 8:00 p.m. I think his flight is going to arrive around 6 pm, so he’d have to spend the night at the hotel and take a flight to the United States the next day. Does he need a transit visa? Where should we receive that from? Is COVID-19 affecting this? If someone can reply that will be great!

thank you guys!
aisha

Transit with Covid [duplicate]

My husband is coming to the United States for the first time on a CR1 visa. I want to ask, there’s a flight coming from pk to London. From London can he take a plane to the United States? The airport closes at 8:00 p.m. I think his flight is going to arrive around 6 pm, so he’d have to spend the night at the hotel and take a flight to the United States the next day at 11 AM. Does he need a transit visa or a visitor in transit visa? Where should we receive that from? Are they allowing people to transit because of COVID-19?

seo – Site for the same service in different locations: how to avoid duplicate content?

I built a site for a specific service (let’s say, a cab service) that catered to a specific location. The URL was:

https://www.getacabcity1.com

(It was targeted towards City 1).

Now the client wants to launch similar sites for several other cities, reusing as much of the original site as possible:

https://www.getacabcity2.com
https://www.getacabcity3.com

We don’t really have the budget to create dramatically different sites for each of those domains; in fact, we’ll have to reuse the same HTML template and photos. Of course, the text can be rewritten, but there are only so many ways one can talk about a cab service.

Do I risk being considered as “duplicate content” by search engines?

javascript – React – How to create a generic component & avoiding duplicate code

I create a website of images, using React. The data of each image received from Firebase.

When the user clicks on a certain minimized image – loaded a new component named ZoomCardItem, that contains details about the image (received from the parent) and displays a larger view of the image. Then, the user can click “Like” or “Dislike” and the number of each one updates in Firebase.

Currently, Like & Dislike are child components of ZoomCardItem component. Basically both of them do the same thing, except for writing to different paths in Firebase or reading different objects from the parent.

I would like to avoid this duplicate code and create one generic component instead, but I failed to do so on my own.
Could anyone help me to improve this?

export const ZoomCardItem = (props) => {
  const card = props.card;    
  return (
       <div className="zoom-container">
        <ZoomImage card={card} />
        <div id="detailsContainer" className="details-container">
          <p id="title" className="title">
            {card.title}
          </p>
          <hr />
          <p id="description">{card.description}</p>
          <p id="date" className="date">
            – {card.date}
          </p>
          <ul>{tagsList}</ul>
          <div className="likes-container">
            <Like card={card} />
            <Dislike card={card} />
          </div>
        </div>
      </div>
  );
};


function Like(props) {
  let card = props.card;

  const (likeClassName, setLikeClassName) = useState(false);
  const (likeCounter, setLikeCounter) = useState(function () {
    return parseInt(props.card.likes, 10);
  });

  useEffect(() => {
    setLikeCounter(parseInt(props.card.likes, 10));
  }, (props.card.likes));

  useEffect(() => {
    setLikeCounter(parseInt(props.card.likes, 10));
  }, (props));

  function updateLikeDB() {
    var updates = {};
    updates("/Cards/" + card.id + "/likes") = likeCounter + 1;
    firebase
      .database()
      .ref()
      .update(updates, function (error) {
        if (error) {
          return false;
        } else {
          // Data saved successfully, update the view of the likes counter
          setLikeClassName(!likeClassName);
          setLikeCounter(likeCounter + 1);
          return true;
        }
      });
  }

  return (
    <div className="like-container">
      <i
        className={
          likeClassName
            ? "fa fa-heart like-icon like-icon-anim"
            : "fa fa-heart like-icon "
        }
        onClick={updateLikeDB}
        onAnimationEnd={() => setLikeClassName(!likeClassName)}
      />
      <p id="likes">{likeCounter}</p>
    </div>
  );
}

function Dislike(props) {
  let card = props.card;

  const (dislikeClassName, setDislikeClassName) = useState(false);
  const (dislikeCounter, setDislikeCounter) = useState(function () {
    return parseInt(props.card.likes, 10);
  });

  useEffect(() => {
    setDislikeCounter(parseInt(props.card.dislikes, 10));
  }, (props.card.dislikes));

  useEffect(() => {
    setDislikeCounter(parseInt(props.card.dislikes, 10));
  }, (props));

  function updateDislikeDB() {
    var updates = {};
    updates("/Cards/" + card.id + "/dislikes") = dislikeCounter + 1;
    firebase
      .database()
      .ref()
      .update(updates, function (error) {
        if (error) {
          return false;
        } else {
          // Data saved successfully, update the view of the dislikes counter
          setDislikeClassName(!dislikeClassName);
          setDislikeCounter(dislikeCounter + 1);
          return true;
        }
      });
  }

  return (
    <div className="dislike-container">
      <i
        className={
          dislikeClassName
            ? "fas fa-heart-broken dislike-icon dislike-icon-anim"
            : "fas fa-heart-broken dislike-icon"
        }
        onClick={updateDislikeDB}
        onAnimationEnd={() => setDislikeClassName(!dislikeClassName)}
      />
      <p id="dislikes" className="dislikes">
        {dislikeCounter}
      </p>
    </div>
  );
}