What is the name of the operator that translates $ X rightarrow (Y rightarrow Z) $ into $ Y rightarrow (X rightarrow Z) $?

Is there a standard name for the operator who takes a function $ f: X rightarrow (Y rightarrow Z) $ and returns the function $ f: Y rightarrow (X rightarrow Z) $ who satisfies for each $ y in Y $ and $ x in X $, $ f (y) (x) = f (x) (y) $?

nat – Router (Synology) translates the external IP address internally

My old CISCO router (from my ISP) was replaced by bridged mode because I wanted to use mine (Synologie). Then the internet connection and the subnet worked well, but my FQDN (DDNS) (from NO-IP.com) was not resolved correctly:

Desired scenario (also on the subnet)

  • the fully qualified domain name is resolved to an external IP address Everytime instead of 88.1.2.3 of the internal 192.168.1.x

  • Port transfer: from 9900 to 192.168.1.100:80 internal, from 9990 to 192.168.1.101:80 internal

Current state:

  • if I try to reach the fully qualified domain name from the subnet, it is resolved to an internal file 192.168.1.x

  • both the request to myfqdn.ddns.net:9900 AND the request myfqdn.ddns.net:9990 is routed to 192.168.1.100:80

Tries:

  • I have experienced several DNS settings on the router (without deep understanding), this has not improved.
  • I have tried to reach my servers (NAS) from the outside, it works perfectly.

Notes: One of the devices defined in the Port Trigger Rules is a QNAP NAS, with a UPnP enabled at the beginning (now disabled). at that time, there were such mysteries.

functions – Translates the Mathematica output into a Latex type font

In solving the inequality $ 2d ^ 2 ge – (2 (1 + d) + frac {4d ^ 3} {1-d}) (d-1) $, Mathematica returns something using Slots and Functions:

In: = Reduce[2 d^2 >= -((2*(1 + d) + ((4 d^3)/(1 - d)))*(d - 1)), d]
Out = d <= root[1 - 2 #1^2 + 2 #1^3 &, 1]

How to translate this output into a Latex font, as I wrote at the beginning of this question? I know that I start with $ d le sqrt[1]{1 -} $but I'm really taken aback by the # and And. Could someone put me on the right track?

wp localize script – Translates a string with wp_localize_script ()

                s_localization () function
{
$ var = [
        'theme_assets_uri' => get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/assets',
        'translations' => [
           'view_less' => __('View Less'),
        ]
    ];
wp_localize_script (& dquo;, & dqud; $ var);
}
add_action (& # 39; wp_enqueue_scripts & # 39 ;, & # 39; s_localization & # 39;);

I have the function above. I want to translate a tring from my java script file. When I try to translate "view less" from my Java script file, the word does not appear in the translation of my string into the WPML plugin. What could be the problem?

the strange – what happens if a character uses an inappropriate door to go to Earth, but later, translates on Earth?

I have no direct reference to the regulations in effect, but in my opinion, a door translation still works on the status quo. The terminology (recursion, translation, etc.) is clearly based on the idea that The Strange works a bit like an algorithm that operates on the universe itself. However, as in the real world, there is no indication that there is a possibility of time travel: that is, there is no "turning back" or recovery of the state. The "translation function", so to speak, is stateless and only acts on the indicated input: the character (in its current state) and the destination.
Although there may be some sort of recursion that is virtually indistinguishable from the original recursion just a few minutes ago …? 😉

So to answer your questions:

1) the character is translated by his replaced member, so he will result in a being with an intact member equivalent and again in a member with all members.

2) Fading tattoos will likely also translate into an equivalent of Ruk and will appear once again when the character is translated.