Where should I include my wallet address after finding the hash less than the target – Bitcoin

Exploring a valid block involves several steps.

To get started, you need to know which block you're extracting from, which is specified by the previous block hash.

Next, you need to get a merkle root that locks a valid set of transactions. Usually, this is a set of transactions from the mempool + coinbase transaction, so that there are no double spend or invalid transactions. These transactions are assembled in a merkle tree, from which the merkle root is placed in the block header.

The coinbase transaction in particular is important, as it must follow the coinbase transaction rules (inclusion of block height, correct output for block reward, extraNonce). It should be placed as the first transaction in the block and contains the output that sends the BTC to your wallet.

Finally, you need to add in the other fields such as block version, time, nonce, etc.

This full 80-byte block header is the hashed payload compared to the target value. If your resulting hash does not meet the target requirements, you must modify the nonce in the block header, extraNonce in the coinbase transaction or one of the transactions in your merkle tree to get a new merkle root and hash the new block header. This process is repeated until you find a valid hash for the target.

In order, your approach would be like:

  • Get a list of transactions you want to include (this can be an empty list)
  • Select your wallet address to receive the blocking reward
  • Build a coinbase transaction that pays this reward to your selected address (plus transaction fees)
  • Make coinbase tx first on your list
  • Build a merkle tree from this list
  • Select the merkle root in this tree
  • Continue as you already do

dnd 5th – When a spell requests targets, can I choose the same target more than once?

Only if the spell says so

There are spells that can direct multiple attacks against the same target, but they use different language. Instead of saying to choose a certain number of targets, such a spell says that it creates a certain number of attacks (or strikes, or missiles, etc.) and then forces you to choose a target for each attack. Some spells that use this language are magic missile, burning ray, and explosion eldritch. For example, here is the language used for magic missile:

You create three brilliant darts of magic force. Each dart hits a creature of your choice that you can see within range. A dart inflicts 1d4 + 1 points of force damage to its target. The darts all hit simultaneously, and you can aim them to hit one or more creatures.

Note that the spell is written in such a way that the same number of darts is created regardless of the number of separate targets you choose. The last clause specifies that several darts can be aimed at the same target, but even the first 2 sentences alone are sufficient to establish this.

As for your specific examples:

Or steel gale or acid splash can attack the same creature twice

The targeting clause for this spell is:

Choose up to five creatures you can see within range. Make a melee attack against each target.

You first choose the targets, then you do a attack against each chosen target. If you choose only one target, you can only make one attack. The same logic applies to acid splash: If you target only one creature, you don't target 2 creatures. The acid splashes on each target only once.

Any other interpretation leads to absurd results

If you decide that effects like these can choose the same target multiple times in order to stack multiple effects on that target, that would make the Hunter Ranger's whirling attack infinitely powerful:

You can use your action to perform a melee attack against any number of creatures within 5 feet of you, with a separate attack roll for each target.

Just choose to attack the same creature 1000 times. It says any number, right? Even better, choose each creature in range 1000 times and kill them all instantly. Obviously, this is not a reasonable decision. There will certainly be other ridiculous edge cases like this if you allow multiple targeting of the same creature this way.

age system – What is the target number when you have no relevant focus? (Extended)

How much does the target number increase if a PC has no relevant focus? The rules state that the GM decides if he is allowed to throw, but does not mention the target number.

The example in the book (p102) shows Miller investigating a martial arts dojo:

  • If he has the primary objective communication (persuasion), TN is standard. Let's say it's a TN of 11.
  • If it is not the main objective, but has a tangential focus, like communication (negotiation) or communication (deception) or fighting (fighting), then the TN is +2. So that makes TN 13.
  • If he has the Improvisation talent (p53) he can do things as if he still had tangential focus, so TN 13 again.

Is TN still 13 if there are no tangential focal lengths (focal points) and no improvisation?

Microsoft Excel – Formulas do not recognize target cells until I enter the cell

I have a very simple formula: =index(B:B,match(A1,B:B,0)). For some reason, however, the values ​​return only # N / A. However, as soon as I "type" a cell in column B (click in the formula bar, double-click the cell, press Enter, etc.) and leave the cell without making any changes, this value is then recognized and found.

  • Where applicable, all data is exported from online work tools.

  • The formulas were tested with columns A and B in General, Number and Text format without any modification.

I have no idea why this is happening. The formulas seem to be correct, but for some reason the column is not formatted correctly or something.

sharepoint online – Copy list items from multiple source lists to a single target list

I was given the task of creating a script in CSOM. I am very new to Powershell, so any help would be appreciated.

I have a site collection with multiple calendars in the sites. I need to create a script that will look for new events in multiple calendars and copy the events to a single target calendar. I can copy from a source calendar to a target calendar, but I can't get multiple calendar sources.

Add-Type -Path "C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions16ISAPIMicrosoft.SharePoint.Client.dll"
Add-Type -Path "C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions16ISAPIMicrosoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll"

Function Copy-ListItems()
{
    param
    (
        (Parameter(Mandatory=$true)) (string) $SiteURL,
        (Parameter(Mandatory=$true)) (string) $SourceListName,
        (Parameter(Mandatory=$true)) (string) $TargetListName
    )   
    Try {
        #Setup Credentials to connect
        $Cred = Get-Credential
        $Cred = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.SharePointOnlineCredentials($Cred.UserName,$Cred.Password)

        #Setup the context
        $Ctx = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ClientContext($SiteURL)
        $Ctx.Credentials = $Cred

        #Get the Source List and Target Lists
        $SourceList = $Ctx.Web.Lists.GetByTitle($SourceListName)
        $TargetList = $Ctx.Web.Lists.GetByTitle($TargetListName)

        #Get All Items from Source List
        $SourceListItems = $SourceList.GetItems((Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.CamlQuery)::CreateAllItemsQuery())
        $Ctx.Load($SourceListItems)
        $Ctx.ExecuteQuery()

        #Get each column value from source list and add them to target
        ForEach($SourceItem in $SourceListItems)
        {
            $NewItem =New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ListItemCreationInformation
            $ListItem = $TargetList.AddItem($NewItem)

            #Map each field from source list to target list - INTERNAL NAMES
            $ListItem("Title") = $SourceItem("Title")
            $ListItem("Location") = $SourceItem("Location")
            $ListItem("EventDate") = $SourceItem("EventDate")
            $ListItem("EndDate") = $SourceItem("EndDate")
            $ListItem("Description") = $SourceItem("Description")
            $ListItem("Category") = $SourceItem("Category")
            $ListItem("RecurrenceData") = $SourceItem("RecurrenceData")
            $ListItem("fRecurrence") = $SourceItem("fRecurrence")
            $ListItem("TimeZone") = $SourceItem("TimeZone")
            $ListItem("XMLTZone") = $SourceItem("XMLTZone")
            $ListItem("UID") = $SourceItem("UID")
            $ListItem("Duration") = $SourceItem("Duration")
            $ListItem("EventType") = $SourceItem("EventType")
            $ListItem.update()
        }
        $Ctx.ExecuteQuery()

        write-host  -f Green "Total List Items Copied from '$SourceListName' to '$TargetListName' : $($SourceListItems.count)"
    }
    Catch {
        write-host -f Red "Error Copying List Items!" $_.Exception.Message
    }
}

#Set Parameters
$SiteURL= "https://site.sharepoint.com/teams/site/"
$SourceListName="Test Calendar"
$TargetListName="Destination Calendar"

#Call the function to copy list items
Copy-ListItems -siteURL $SiteURL -SourceListName $SourceListName -TargetListName $TargetListName

Credit to: https://www.sharepointdiary.com/2017/01/sharepoint-online-copy-list-items-to-another-list-using-powershell.html

I have to copy from multiple sources and ignore duplicates.

Thanks in advance.

linux – Install google chrome beta on debian buster: target packages are configured several times

In ruby:2.4.1 docker image (it is based on Debian 8 Jessie) I installed google chrome beta as follows:

# Dockerfile
FROM ruby:2.4.1
RUN 
  echo "deb http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/ stable main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list && 
  apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 78BD65473CB3BD13 && 
  apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 1655A0AB68576280 && 
  apt-get update && 
  apt-get install -y google-chrome-beta
  apt-get clean && apt-get -y autoremove
...

and it worked well. After changing the base image to ruby:2.6.5 (it is built on the basis of Debian 10 Buster) the next apt-get update orders have started to display the warning:

W: Target Packages (main/binary-amd64/Packages) is configured multiple
times in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome-beta.list:3 and 
/etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list:1

When i add cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome-beta.list at the end of the install chrome beta command, it displays:

### THIS FILE IS AUTOMATICALLY CONFIGURED ###
# You may comment out this entry, but any other modifications may be lost.
deb (arch=amd64) http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/ stable main

What command created /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome-beta.list? (Note: I write Chrome beta PPA in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list)
How to correct the warning?

dnd 5e – Does Dodge work against effects that do not target an area?

Escape requires both an area of ​​effect and a dexterity saving in half

D&D rules are meant to be analyzed in plain English – you can write about a "green car" in one sentence, and then continue talking about that car in the following sentences without having to repeatedly specify that the car is green. The word "effects" in one sentence implicitly refers to the same "effects" in the next, there is no need to repeatedly specify "zone".

In addition, a sentence can be used to refine a definition of a previous sentence. In this case, the first sentence specifies "certain zone effects". The second sentence defines what these certain effects are – Effects that include a Dexterity saving throw for half the damage.

Could it have been written in a more technically precise way? Sure1, but it is not a license to selectively ignore one sentence in favor of another, when there is a valid reading which takes into account the two sentences.

There is nothing beyond the text you have already quoted Evasion, which indicates that it only works on dexterity-based zone effects that save half. The examples provided are illustrative, not exclusive, and complete.

What is an area of ​​effect?

The description of the spell or effect will indicate whether it is a zone effect, in most cases using one of the many defined forms – line, cone, cube, sphere or cylinder. Weakening, Disintegrate, and immolate may have dexterity saves, but these are not the two area effects and save for half, so Evasion does not help. Light chain hits multiple targets, but it can jump people in between, so it's not a zone effect either.

Debate room

Flaming sphere is a bit of a borderline case. Evasion would certainly not be useful against the ram, as it is clearly not a zone effect. End-of-turn burn is questionable and could be discussed back and forth; it would be a DM call. I would never call it RAW, but this DM would Evasion to work against end-of-turn burn, as I see it Evasion be the Thief easily and quickly find a very precise position to avoid the weight of an area spell, and would expect to bypass the edges of Flaming sphereit's heat like that.

1For my part, I would have preferred a more technical / explicit form of writing, but I suspect that the authors of 5E decided that the level of precision in 4E was something that had discouraged people. I think the pendulum has swung too far, and I would have preferred it to point closer to 3.5E than the looser language with which we ended up in 5E.

dnd 5e – Does a thief's escape work against effects that do not target an area?

Escape requires both an area of ​​effect and a dexterity saving in half

D&D rules are meant to be analyzed in plain English – you can write about a "green car" in one sentence, and then continue talking about that car in the following sentences without having to repeatedly specify that the car is green. The word "effects" in one sentence implicitly refers to the same "effects" in the next, there is no need to repeatedly specify "zone".

In addition, a sentence can be used to refine a definition of a previous sentence. In this case, the first sentence specifies "certain zone effects". The second sentence defines what these certain effects are – Effects that include a Dexterity saving throw for half the damage.

Could it have been written in a more technically precise way? Of course, but it is not a license to selectively ignore one sentence in favor of another, when there is a valid reading which takes into account the two sentences.1

There is nothing beyond the text you have already quoted Evasion, which indicates that it only works on dexterity-based zone effects that save half. The examples provided are illustrative, not exclusive, and complete.

What is an area of ​​effect?

The description of the spell or effect will indicate whether it is a zone effect, in most cases using one of the many defined forms – line, cone, cube, sphere or cylinder. Weakening, Disintegrate, and immolate may have dexterity saves, but these are not the two area effects and save for half, so Evasion does not help. Light chain hits multiple targets, but it can jump people in between, so it's not a zone effect either.

Debate room

Flaming sphere is a bit of a borderline case. Evasion would certainly not be useful against the ram, as it is clearly not a zone effect. End-of-turn burn is questionable and could be discussed back and forth; it would be a DM call. I would never call it RAW, but this DM would Evasion to work against end-of-turn burn, as I see it Evasion be the Thief easily and quickly find a very precise position to avoid the weight of an area spell, and would expect to bypass the edges of Flaming sphereit's heat like that.

1For my part, I would have preferred a more technical / explicit form of writing, but I suspect that the authors of 5E decided that the level of precision in 4E was something that had discouraged people. I think the pendulum has swung too far, and I would have preferred it to point closer to 3.5E than the looser language with which we ended up in 5E.

dnd 5th – What happens to the target of a "permanent" True Polymorph spell, when its caster dies

The spell description specifically states that after the caster has maintained his concentration for one hour, the spell can be dispelled.

The transformation lasts for the duration or until the target drops to 0 life or dies. If you focus on this spell for its entire duration, the spell lasts until it is dispelled.

In another question, it was clarified that spells that can be dispelled will last until the end of their effect. Spells that require concentration will end on death. However, it doesn't specify what happens with a spell that initially requires concentration.

If the caster dies after this time, what happens to the target?

  • Does the target keep its current shape?
  • Does the target return to the previous form?

block editor – Can I jump over an InnerBlocks component to target content inside with the react-flickity component?

I am trying to create a cursor with the react-flickity component in Gutenberg WordPress Editor.

So my problem is that Gutenberg has InnerBlocks component and I want to target its content inside of it with Flickity.

So it looks like this:


  

or is a Gutenberg component, which contains inside, for example:




So i need to jump over InnerBlocks to target images. Because InnerBlocks create two divs after Flickity Component.

And in html, it will look like:

Is it possible? Thanks in advance.