## dnd 5e – Does the range of your telepathic communication with your original familiar from Find Familiar increase to 1 mile when you cast Flock of Familiars?

### No, the range of telepathy with a familiar from find familiar is unaffected

You answered yourself with your quote from the flock of familiars spell

Familiars summoned by this spell can telepathically communicate with you and share their visual or auditory senses while they are within 1 mile of you.

This means that the extra ability given to the familiars from flock of familiars – the ability to communicate telepathically with them from 1 mile away, as opposed to the normal 100 feet – only applies to familiars summoned with “this spell”. In this case, the phrase “this spell” refers to flock of familiars. A familiar summoned using find familiar has been summoned with find familiar, and so you would abide by the normal restrictions for that familiar.

RAW, does this mean already having conjured a familiar through Find Familiar and then casting Flock of Familiars causes you to be worse off – during the one hour Flock of Familiars lasts – then if you had only casted Flock of Familiars?

It seems so. Upon reading the description of flock of familiars, I came across this text:

If you already have a familiar conjured by the find familiar spell or similar means, then one fewer familiars are conjured by this spell.

This means if you had 1 familiar from find familiar already and then cast flock of familiars, you’d only get 2 additional familiars. The third familiar from flock of familiars wouldn’t be summoned; you already have one, so it seems in this case you are lacking an extra familiar. This familiar that is presummoned still follows my answer above; it isn’t being summoned by flock of familiars, so in a way: Yes, you are losing out on potentially 3 long-ranged, albeit short-term, familiars.

## How do I use volatility to find the IP address of an attacker in the memory dump file?

I am quite new to volatility and still trying to wrap my head around all the tools and functionalities. Thus far, I have already obtained the profile of my memory dump and have tried to use “malfind” in an attempt to find the malicious software but have had no luck. My goal is to be able to find the IP address of the attacker, however I am not too sure how I would go about doing so. Which plugin commands would be useful to help me achieve my goal?

Thanks :]

## find, replace and swap position of the line

I have config.yml file which has the lines like below.

``````- uri: "https://localhost1/status"
name: "INST1"

- uri: "https://loclahost2/status"
name: "INST2"

- uri: "https://localhost3/status"
name: "INST3"
``````

I need to change these config entry’s like below..

``````- Displayname: "INST1"
uri: "https://localhost1/status"

- Displayname: "INST2"
uri: "https://loclahost2/status"

- Displayname: "INST3"
uri: "https://localhost3/status"
``````

## seo – Why does Google’s Rich Results test find structured data that I don’t see in the browser?

Using https://search.google.com/test/rich-results I ran a test on this web page: https://www.cwcycles.co.za/product/sram-pc-gx-eagle-chain

It returns a found product, and on inspecting where that structured data is located it shows that there is a JSON-LD block in the head element:

However, when I view the source for this page in Chrome there is no such block. Additionally I have inspected the page in the dev tools to see if JS is building it, and I have also changed the UserAgent to be GoogleBot, but still no luck in producing this JSON-LD block.

Why is it that Google’s tool is seeing it but I am not?

Note: Originally I discovered this issue in a Python tool I have built, but have replicated it in the browser for ease of asking the question.

## How to find the length of the segment inside a circle

I have to find the length CE inside the circle but I am confused about the theorem, is it Intersecting Chords Theorem that can help me find CE or I am wrong and there’s a different way to do it?. Help please thank you!.

## swiftui – Cannot find ‘LazyVGrid’ in scope

After macOS Big Sur 11 beta 9, has been released, LazyVGrid and GridItem structs are no longer available.

I receive, on Xcode Version 12.0.1 (12A7300), the following compiler errors:

“Cannot find ‘LazyVGrid’ in scope”
“Cannot find ‘GridItem’ in scope”

Is anyone else experiencing the same issue?

Thank you

## sequences and series – \$x_n=frac{1}{sqrt{n}}(1/(sqrt{1} + sqrt{3}) + 1/(sqrt{3} + sqrt{5}) + cdots + 1/(sqrt{2n-1} + sqrt{2n+1}))\$. Find \$N(epsilon)\$ by definition

Firstly, it is not that hard to notice that $$1/(sqrt{1} + sqrt{3}) + 1/(sqrt{3} + sqrt{5}) + cdots + 1/(sqrt{2n-1} + sqrt{2n+1}) = frac{sqrt{2n+1}- 1}{2sqrt{n}}$$

Hence, it is pretty easy to claculate limit, it is $$frac{sqrt{2}}{2}$$.

But what I am looking for is finding interdependence between $$N$$ and $$epsilon$$ from definition:

$$forall epsilon>0;;exists N(epsilon) in mathbb{N}:;forall n geq N(epsilon) Rightarrow |x_n – frac{sqrt{2}}{2}|

As an example, for sequence $$y_n=frac{1}{n}$$, $$N(epsilon) = lceil1/epsilonrceil$$. So, for any positive $$epsilon$$ we basically find interdependence such that we can find $$N(epsilon)$$ very quick.

But in my problem I struggle with finding such $$N(epsilon)$$.
All hints and solutions will be appreciated!

## Where can I find what the cost of a train ticket in the USA was in 1930?

I am looking for the cost of a train ticket in the USA from like New York City to Los Angles for example in 1930. I found it on for an airplane ticket but not a train. Not sure if this Stack Exchange is the right place or not. I have done research online and can not seem to get an answer. The links always takes me to the Amtrak web site which is no good for me.

## bash – Command line argument to “find” and “grep” data inside “xattr -l” atrributes?

I have a file that an application has set extended attributes for.

``````\$ xattr -l /Volumes/Educating Rita (1983)/Educating Rita (1983).1.eng.srt
net.filebot.filename: 3_English.srt
``````

I have tried a few different ways to get the value of `@type` inside the attribute but haven’t found a way to search multiple files and grep for and return that value.

``````xattr -l /Volumes/PlexMedia/PlexServer_1/Movies/Educating Rita (1983)/Educating Rita (1983).1.eng.srt | grep @type
``````

I want to find every .srt file and `grep` for the value of `@type`. In this files’ case it would return “Movie”.

``````\$ find . -iname "*.srt" | while read -r file; do `xattr -l "\$file" | grep  "Type" >> /Users/john/Desktop/filebotmeta1.txt` ; done
``````

this gives me a text document with this:

``````net.filebot.metadata: {"@type":"Movie","year":1983,"imdbId":85478,"tmdbId":38291,"language":"en","id":38291,"name":"Educating Rita","aliasNames":()}
``````

But I just want to return the value for `@type` not the entire contents of the attribute.

I have looked into `ls -l@` but it only shows the attribute and not its contents

I looked into `mdls` but it does’t show the metadata for the attribute only for the file itself.

I am not sure `getxattr` or `listxattr` apply to the command line. They seem to be for internal use only.

I imagine this involves outputting to a .tmp file and then grepping the contents of the file? Or, is there a one line argument I can use to print results in Terminal?

The contents look like `json` format.

## Find the function going through 4 points

Plot and find the function going through (0,0)(1,-1)(2,2)(3,3)

I’m able to plot the function but sort of lost on how to find the function.

Would appreciate any help!