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Rush Limbaugh: “The coronavirus gives them (Democrats) an extraordinary opportunity to inflict…great damage on the economy.” True or false?

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algorithm – CLRS implementation (opportunity to sort subarray) of merge sort in golang

I’m reading “Introduction to Algorithms” by CLRS and I can’t find an implementation of the pseudo code from the book in golang. By the original implementation I mean that we deal with extra parameters in the function to define slice of an original array. All implementations on the web deal with whole array. And that’s not what Thomas Cormen wanted.
So I write this one:

package sort_merge

import (
    "math"
)

/*
CLRS implementation - we deal with slice of original array arr(p, r), indexes p and r are inclusive
*/
// arr={6, 5, 4, 3}; p=0; q=3
// arr={6, 5};       p=0; q=1
// arr={6};          p=0; q=0
func MergeSort(arr ()int, p int, r int) {
    if p < r {
        q := (p + r) / 2 // last index of left array (rounding down)
        MergeSort(arr, p, q)
        MergeSort(arr, q+1, r)
        Merge(arr, p, q, r)
    }
}

func Merge(arr ()int, p int, q int, r int) {
    left := make(()int, len(arr(p:q+1)))    // q+1, because right part of slice is exclusive
    right := make(()int, len(arr(q+1:r+1))) // q+1, because this is last index of left array
    copy(left, arr(p:q+1))
    copy(right, arr(q+1:r+1))          // r+1, because right part of slice is exclusive
    left = append(left, math.MaxInt64) // math.MaxInt64 used here as Infinity from original implementation
    right = append(right, math.MaxInt64)

    i, j := 0, 0
    for k := p; k <= r; k++ {
        if left(i) <= right(j) {
            arr(k) = left(i)
            i++
        } else { // left(i) > right(j)
            arr(k) = right(j)
            j++
        }
    }
}

You can run it:

package main

import "fmt"
import "./sort-merge"

func main() {
    arr := ()int{6, 5, 4, 3}
    sort_merge.MergeSort(arr, 0, len(arr)-1)
    fmt.Println(arr)
}

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dnd 5th – Does Colossus Slayer work with an attack of opportunity?

As you noted, Colossus Slayer is only limited to once per turn. If the Opportunity Attack occurs outside of your turn, you can use it again because you are not using it "on your turn".

Note that you always only get one reaction, so you can do it twice per turn (once your turn, once your turn with a spent reaction).

dnd 5th – Does moving away from a lying creature trigger an attack of opportunity?

The basic understanding in D&D 5E is "the rules do what they say they do". So…

Rules for Opportunity Attacks

You can perform an attack of opportunity when a hostile creature you can see moves out of your range. To perform the attack of opportunity, you use your reaction to perform a melee attack against the provoking creature. The attack occurs just before the creature leaves your range.

You can avoid provoking an attack of opportunity by executing the Disengage action. You also don't provoke an attack of opportunity when you teleport or when someone or something moves you without using your movement, action or reaction. For example, you do not provoke an attack of opportunity if an explosion throws you out of reach of an enemy or if gravity causes you to fall in front of an enemy.

So, in short, to make an attack of opportunity …

  • Attacker must have an available reaction
  • A creature must move out of range of the attacker using its movement, action or reaction

Prone does the following:

-The only movement option for a prone creature is to crawl, unless it gets up and thus ends the condition.
-The creature has a disadvantage on attack rolls.
– An attack roll against the creature has an advantage if the attacker is within 5 feet of the creature. Otherwise, the attack roll has a drawback.

Nothing in this list prevents you from using a reaction. The attack of opportunity will, however, be at a disadvantage.

dnd 5e – Attack of Opportunity – some angle cases (and spectra)

We had a D&D 5E session where a ghost in addition to a character and a wall "moved" into the wall without leaving the scope of the character, but depending on how you consider the scope for working with obstacles and when you leave it, would there be an attack of opportunity?

The rules on opportunity attacks state:

You can perform an attack of opportunity when a hostile creature you can see moves out of your reach. To perform the attack of opportunity, you use your reaction to perform a melee attack against the provoking creature. The attack occurs just before the creature leaves your range.

You can avoid provoking an attack of opportunity by executing the Disengage action. You also don't provoke an attack of opportunity when you teleport or when someone or something moves you without using your movement, action or reaction. For example, you do not provoke an attack of opportunity if an explosion throws you out of reach of an enemy or if gravity causes you to fall in front of an enemy.

  • So we have a normal case where a hostile person passes the defender and gets hit when leaving * since he is out of range, which allows attacking the opportunity:
---*->H
 .D.
 ...
  • Then we have a case where someone is moving in a circle around the defender – no attack of opportunity:
---+
 .D|
 H-+
  • And if someone goes through an open door, or an alcove or something. A tunnel opened by someone at hand like a spear? Is there an attack of opportunity (looks like there should be)? Or? What about the 10 foot range? Things are getting a little weird now, but it looks like there should be an attack of opportunity on one of (?):
---???->H
===.===
 ..D..
 .....
 .....
  • Ok so what if a hostile circles someone and there is a wall or pillar or something enough to give 100% donor temporarily? Now we have a case where hostility is arguably better off than the circle of attack without opportunity (cover up in a way), but is arguably worse than running through the door (less coverage, but it looked like the right runner had been attacked by an opportunity. Technically reaching not necessary if a good size thin iron plate, but for ASCII art:
--?->H
 ..=..
 ..D..
 .....
 .....
  • And the case that made us think about all this. Specter next to Defender (no range) and a wall moves in the wall. Would there be an attack of opportunity? Specter has not left the range by far, but is not accessible. But if there is an opportunity attack, what happens if the spectrum "falls" through the ground? Falling by someone does not provoke an attack of opportunity? Right now, everything just seems broken.
.-|->S
.D|
..|

Any suggestions on what RAW and (maybe) what common sense says about these cases?

dnd 5th – A character with the Sentinel feat whose opportunity for attack strikes an enemy, forced to move by dissonant whispers, should he stop the enemy?

Dissonant Whispers states that

If unsuccessful, he suffers psychic damage from 3d6 and must immediately use his reaction, if available, to move as much as its speed allows far from you.

Therefore, if the fighter hits,

the creature's speed becomes 0 for the rest of the turn.

And therefore the enemy can no longer flee. Notice how the text doesn't claim something like "You can make the creature's speed become 0". Just as dissonant whispers must scare away the enemy, so the Sentinel Opportunity Attack must stop the target. By RaW, the fighter must decide what is most valuable, for the enemy to move away from the one fleeing or to inflict the damage of the attack of opportunity.

That being said, I don't think it would be broken to allow the Sentinel user to determine whether or not the enemy should be trapped. At my table, I would allow the fighter to attack without stopping the enemy. Results may vary.

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