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Design Guide – Forms – Best way to display survey questions

I have an inquiry / intake questionnaire with over 50 questions that the user must answer. All of these questions are usually completed by the user, but this is not mandatory. Sections are grouped into different groups for example

Group 1
 - question1
 - question6
Group 2
 - question1
 - question4
Group x
 - question1
 - question6

What are the good ways to post such a list of questions? My current thoughts are only in a complete list and the user is scrolling through the questions all the way down. Option 2 would be to have each parent group appear one by one and drag to the left / right (much like Tinder's classic scan) to access different groups.

I was simply looking for comments on the subject, trying to find a good way to proceed.

forms – Use of a fixed decimal place when filling in a currency amount entry field

When entering currency amounts in an input field, I discovered two methods:

Decimal entry: The keyboard includes the decimal character and the user enters the decimal place and the numbers. The Chase mobile app uses this approach.

Key  Display
 5       $5
 4      $54
 .     $54.
 6    $54.6
 3   $54.63

Fixed decimal: The keyboard excludes the decimal and the numbers fill around a fixed decimal place. Both PayPal and Square mobile apps use this approach.

Key  Display
 5    $0.05
 4    $0.54
 6    $5.46
 3   $54.63

The entered decimal approach seems simpler to me. It also requires 2 fewer keystrokes when entering non-decimal amounts (for example, $ 10 only requires 1-0 entry, instead of 1-0-0-0). However, users of our payment processing application have accidentally billed amounts such as $ 123,456.00 instead of $ 1,234.56 because they were expecting a fixed decimal interaction instead of $ 1,000,000. a decimal interaction key.

Is it just a question of preference, or are there any other advantages to a fixed decimal approach that I might overlook?

complex analysis – self-improvement of the infinite decomposition of cusp forms

I read Zagier's lecture notes on modular forms. Here is a question I met on page 23, proof of proposal 8. Here is the link: https://people.mpim-bonn.mpg.de/zagier/files/doi/10.1007/978-3 -540-74119 -0_1 / fulltext.pdf

Let $ f $ to be a modular form of weight k $ on complete modular group $ SL (2, mathbb {Z}) $ with Fourier extension $ f (z) = sum limits_ {n = 1} ^ { infty} a_n e ^ {2 pi inz} $ (cusp form). Initially we imposed on $ f $ decomposition conditions $ f (z) = O (1) $, like Im$ (z) rightarrow infty $ and $ f (z) = O ( text {Im} (z) ^ {- k}) $ as $ y rightarrow 0 $. Prove it $ f (z) = O (e ^ {2 pi i z}) $ like Im$ (z) rightarrow infty $.

google forms – Conditional Compulsory Questions

I am building a Google form with several multiple choice questions, I want to add a comment field under each question and make this comment mandatory if the answer to the multiple choice question is 3, 4 or 5. If the answer is 1 or 2 I want to allow comments, but this should not be necessary.

I wonder if anyone knows how to create this?

Conditional checkbox in Google Forms

I'm creating a peer review on Google Forms. The first question is for students to choose their name. If the student has chosen his name, the choice of his name will not appear in the following questions.
For example: 3 students Alex, Ben and Cece. If Alex is the name chosen in the first question, for all the following questions, only 2 names, Ben and Cece, will appear.
I've tried to google that but nothing seems to be what I'm looking for. Enjoy if anyone can suggest a way to do it.

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forms – 8 – Set the entity label $ per program

I have to change the label of a custom content type by program. I looked around but I did not find a solution. This is my custom form:

class GroupContentForm extends ContentEntityForm {

   * {@inheritdoc}
  public function save(array $form, FormStateInterface $form_state) {
    $entity = $this->entity;

    $entity->set('label', 'kkkkk');
    $status = parent::save($form, $form_state);

    $form_state->setRedirect('entity.group_content.canonical', ('group_content' => $entity->id()));


What should I do to change the label? $entity->set('label', 'kkkkk'); causes an error because the field label does not exist, the same is true with title and _title

algorithms – Find closed forms for return values

int coffee(int n) {
   int s = n * n;
   for (int q = 0; q < n; q++)
      s = s - q;
   for (int q = n; q > 0; q--)
      s = s - q;
   return s + 2;

int tea(int n) {
    int r = 0;
    for (int i = 1; i < n*n*n; i = i * 2)
    return r * r;

int mocha(int n) {
    int r = 0;
    for (int i=0; i<=n; i = i+16)
        for (int j=0; j

I'm trying to find the value back in terms of $ n $ for coffee, tea, mochabut I'm stuck right now.

I know coffee will return 2 as the code follows:

$ s = n ^ 2 $

$ s = n ^ 2 - displaystyle sum_ {q = 0} ^ {n-1} q = n ^ 2 - dfrac {n (n-1)} {2} $

$ s = n ^ 2 - dfrac {n (n-1)} {2} - displaystyle sum_ {q = 1} ^ nq = n ^ 2 - dfrac {n (n-1)} {2} - dfrac {n (n + 1)} {2} = 0 $

Then, $ s = 0 + 2 $.

However, I can not understand tea, mocha, and espressobecause they do not follow the increments of +1. Could someone help me calculate the return value in terms of $ n $?

forms – Should we allow special characters or numbers in the name field?

I'm not sure of the code you use, but I think if you have a little tooltip on the guidelines that will say that you should not use special characters in the first name and the name, it will be a good UX, although I do not know what application you are using .. and you do not know how you are going to apply it there .. (this forum has a tooltip like this one for the type of password here, I found this very useful)