Index of maximum subgroups of subgroups

Let $$G$$ be a finite group so that each maximum subgroup is finite index, and leave $$H leq G$$ to be a finite subgroup of $$G$$. Then, each maximum subgroup of $$H$$ to be finished index?

What does Google index of 100 mean?

What does Google index of 100 mean?

8 – How to enable sort by click for displaying the views table according to the index of the search API?

I'm trying to create a view with a table view based on the index of the search API (search in the database), with sorting by column (set of columns defined as `Sortable` in the display settings). However, this option is not available for my fields of view, that they are based on `string` or `fulltext` API search fields. Is there anything I can do to activate this?

I'm using the latest Drupal 8.7.x API nad Search 1.12

Edit:

It seems that the availability of sort by click is determined in `Drupalsearch_apiPluginviewsfieldSearchApiFieldTrait::clickSortable` method. The inside check that fails because the field definition table does not contain `search_api field` key. So, is there anything I can do to add it?

BTW. Support for sorting by click has been added in https://www.drupal.org/project/search_api/issues/2816979. Some problems related to SOLR have been mentioned, but are related to my use case.

mysql – How to identify queries using no index?

After a long time, I decided to check the status of the database, even if everything was working normally. I used the `mysqltuner.pl` to check.

At some point, there is the following information:

``````(!!) Joins performed without indexes: 8915215
(OK) Temporary tables created on disk: 0% (6K on disk / 19B total)
``````

My question is:

How to quickly identify which JOINS do not use index?

8 – How to enable sort by click for a view based on the index of the search API?

I'm trying to create a view with a table view based on the index of the search API (search in the database), with sorting by column (set of columns defined as `Sortable` in the display settings). However, this option is not available for my fields of view, that they are based on `string` or `fulltext` API search fields. Is there anything I can do to activate this?

I'm using the latest Drupal 8.7.x API nad Search 1.12

google sheets – UNIQUE, INDEX AND IMPORTRANGE

I am stuck. I use the import range to get a dataset; however, I now need the unique values ​​that match the import range I have.

Say for example below is a random sample. I have the range of information import but now I have to find the notes for the book 1. Since there are several notes read the book 1, what formula should I use to find the notes (Is it unique (filter (importrange?) And possibly in a row and how can I find that for each book?
Any help would be appreciated!

indexing – Index error appearing but not affecting anything

I'm currently working on a program that takes two integers and an operator between the two from a .txt file and then calculates it. For example, "3 + 4" is in the .txt file.

I currently have my code set up like that

`l = f.readline().split(' ')`

`x = int(l(0))`

`y = l(1)`

`z = int(l(2))`

then l becomes in this case a list that is (& # 39; 3 & # 39; + & # 39 ;, & quot; 4 & quot;).

The program is working properly, however, an index error is generated for l (1), even though it is correctly assigned and the program is running correctly.