## unit – Show sprites on overlap (Shader Graph) [2D]

I have a sprite character and a mesh rendering engine (the wavy black box). I hope to superpose the black box on the character covering the sprites but I do not know how.

I've looked at this question: Unity: How to display only overlapping parts of objects [2D]

But it works more like a blanket than you can see through. I hope to have the black mask variable sprites the character but I can not stack them correctly. Is there a way to do this using the LWRP and shader graph?

The main idea is to use it as a damage marker. Moving the black box up or down depending on lost health.

## web forms – Drupal 8 webfrom custom manager does not show up in the list of managers on the development server

The custom Webform Manager does not display in the DEV server, but works locally. It is very difficult to record additional information.

``````

Drupal namespace  demo_module_dym  Plugin  WebFormHandler;

use Drupal  Core  Form  FormStateInterface;
use Drupal  webform  Plugin  WebformHandlerBase;
use Drupal  webform  WebformSubmissionInterface;

/ **
* Form submission manager.
*
* @WebformHandler (
* id = "demo_module_dym_registration_submission_handler",
* label = @Translation ("Registration Form Manager"),
* category = @Translation ("API"),
* description = @Translation ("Set user information on a hidden field before submitting the form."),
* cardinality =  Drupal  webform  Plugin  WebformHandlerInterface :: CARDINALITY_SINGLE,
* results =  Drupal  webform  Plugin  WebformHandlerInterface :: RESULTS_PROCESSED,
*)
* /
the RegistrationFormHandler class extends WebformHandlerBase {

public function preprocessConfirmation (array & \$ variables) {
parent :: preprocessConfirmation (\$ variables); // TODO: Change the auto-generated stub
}

public function submitForm (array & \$ form, FormStateInterface \$ form_state, WebformSubmissionInterface \$ webform_submission) {

if ( Drupal :: currentUser () -> isAnonymous ()) {

\$ memberid = \$ form_state-> getTemporaryValue (& # 39; memberid & # 39;);

if (isset (\$ memberid)) {
\$ webform_submission-> setElementData (& # 39; member; member);
}

}
parent :: submitForm (\$ form, \$ form_state, \$ webform_submission); // TODO: Change the auto-generated stub
}

}

``````

Is there any way to debug to find the cause of the web form handler not in the list of handlers on the server?

## Show that \$ {1 ^ n0 ^ m | space n neq 2 ^ m } \$ n is not regular using the pumping lemma

Let $$p$$ be the pumping length, and consider the chain $$u = 1 ^ {2 ^ {p! + p}}$$, $$w = 0 ^ p$$, $$v = epsilon$$. Note $$uwv in L$$. According to the pumping lemma, there is a value $$q in {1, ldots, p }$$ such as $$1 ^ {2 ^ {p! + P}} 0 ^ {p-q + iq} in L$$ for each $$i geq 0$$. To choose $$i = 1 + p! / q$$we get a contradiction.

## sql server – Try_Convert Datetime displaying '1/1/1900', wants to show some space

You can use `NULLIF ()` force a `NO` when the value is an empty space.

``````SELECT TRY_CONVERT (date / time, NULLIF (& # 39;, & # 39;));
``````

Assuming that this actually comes from a column or parameter / variable:

``````SELECT TRY_CONVERT (date / time, NULLIF (@param, & # 39;));

SELECT TRY_CONVERT (date / time, NULLIF (column, & # 39;)) FROM ...;
``````

## schema.org – Diagram of a page for a complete TV show

You have all been particularly helpful with my understanding of the scheme and the verification of my work. I hope you do not mind doing another post about it.

I'm trying to develop a diagram for a full page of TV shows. For example, there are expandable sections for episodes and clips, with a section at the bottom for "If you liked". At the top are links to episodes, photos and actors. In doing my research on the scheme of the television series, I find different ways to approach it according to the structure of the page. That being said, I am trying to make a more simplified version and therefore to ask a few questions:

1. Are there any significant benefits to enumerating all `cast` and `seasons` in the diagram?

2. What is the best way to tag the main links on the page? `significant links`? I do not imagine `main element of the page` would be right because there are several entities on the page. What about `ListItem`? Mostly confused about how to tag links that do not represent the bulk of the content but are nevertheless important; that is, they are subdirectories of the main landing page.

That's what I've done so far, but I'm pretty sure I do not understand those links.

``````{
"@context": "https://schema.org",
"@type": "TVSeries",
"name": "Name of the series",
"description": "Meta Description",
"numberOfSeasons": "Number of seasons",
"genre": "Kind of show",
"url": "landing page URL",
"same as": [
],
"MainEntityofPage": [
{
"@type": "Webpage",
},
{
"@type": "Webpage",
},
{
"@type": "Webpage",
}
]
}
}
``````

Any help would be very appreciated. Thank you.

## Field Theory – Suppose \$ zeta \$ is the root of the unit and that \$ f in mathbb {Q}[X]\$. Show that \$ f ( zeta) neq2 ^ {1/4} \$.

Question: Suppose $$zeta$$ is a root of unity and $$f in mathbb {Q}[X]$$. CA watch $$f ( zeta) neq2 ^ {1/4}$$.

This is taken from the UCLA Autumn 2016 algebra qualifier. So far, I have not been as far as my first observation: if we assume that $$f ( zeta) = 2 ^ {1/4}$$, then as $$mathbb {Q} ( zeta) / mathbb {Q}$$ it's Galois, we've $$g (X) = X ^ 4-2$$ splits into $$mathbb {Q}$$ and so we have $$mathbb {Q} ( zeta) / E / mathbb {Q}$$ or $$E$$ is the dividing field of $$g$$. Since $$| E: mathbb {Q} | = 2 ^ 3$$ we get that $$2 ^ 3 | varphi (ord ( zeta))$$ and it eliminates a lot of possible unit roots. However, prove that the overall result escapes me.

## Turing Machines – Do I have to consider instance restrictions to show that a language is in P?

I've already shown that the 3-colorable graph for an unrestricted graph is in NP, but I thought of the similar language defined as the set of all acyclics. $$G$$, or $$G$$ such as $$G$$ is 3-colorable. In my proposal for a P algorithm, I was not sure if my algorithm needed to check that $$G$$ does not contain any cycles or if I suppose that all the entries are instances of this language (suppose that all the entries are acyclic graphs). In general, I was wondering if my algorithm should decide if the input corresponds to the desired instance. UP, the language properties can be displayed in polynomial time. I'm still learning, so I'm confused about this part and it's bothering me for a while.

## structured data – Schema.org for the character page of the TV show

the `PerformanceRole` the article also gets a `actor` property, so that you can provide an element for the `The person` who plays the character.

``````"actor": {
"@type": "PerformanceRole",
"characterName": "William Sherlock Scott Holmes",
"actor": {
"@type": "Person",
"name": "Benedict Cumberbatch",
"@id": "http://dbpedia.org/resource/Benedict_Cumberbatch"
}
}
``````

You can find out more about how the `Role` the guys work in the ad blog post.

For a single character page (instead of the actual show or list of all characters), it may be useful to convey this using the `mainEntityOfPage` property on the `PerformanceRole`:

``````{
"@context": "http://schema.org",
"@type": "TVSeries",
"name": "Sherlock",
"url": "/ series / sherlock",

"actor": {
"@type": "PerformanceRole",
"characterName": "William Sherlock Scott Holmes",
"actor": {
"@type": "Person",
"name": "Benedict Cumberbatch",
"@id": "http://dbpedia.org/resource/Benedict_Cumberbatch"
}
"mainEntityOfPage": {
"@type": "ItemPage",
"url": "/ series / sherlock / characters / sherlock-holmes"
}
}

}
``````

(or `/ series / sherlock / characters / sherlock-holmes` is the canonical URL of the current page)

## Why do explorers show a balance of difference for the Genesis Block?

When I check the balance for the address `1A1zP1eP5QGefi2DMPTfTL5SLmv7DivfNa` – different sources show different results.

66.92700504 BTC

https://bitref.com/1A1zP1eP5QGefi2DMPTfTL5SLmv7DivfNa

16.91700504 BTC

and many others that do not total two transactions:

Why?

## Map of places: show all places according to the search OR go to the search box?

We try to create a search for locations for the company so that customers can locate it on maps on the company website.
How it works, it is:
1. The user types the name of the city in which he wants to search.
2. Zooms to this city and lists all available slots in the visible area.

Since cities / suburbs come in all shapes and sizes, we can not zoom out of the boundary. We must therefore accept a predefined zoom level.

As you can see on the diagram, there will remain some invisible places. My argument with them is that if the user types London for example in the results list, we should list those who are outside the display area, even if we do not zoom out for adapt to all locations in the view. But they reject this and say that there is a search "MAP" of locations, so the user has to move the map to make it appear in the results list.

My considerations are:
1. The search is respected, the location is in London you have to list it
2. If the user performs a search on a slow 3G phone, there is no time to zoom out to enlarge the visible area, just let him choose the location in the list to display the phone number or hours of operation.

What do you think?