## How do taxis in Bangkok charge for waiting time?

When asking a taxi in Bangkok, Thailand to wait for me for a few minutes during a stop in our trip, is the taxi supposed to restart the meter (starts at 35 THB) when I go back to the taxi, or keep the meter running?

## How do taxis charge for waiting time?

When asking a taxi in Bangkok, Thailand to wait for me for a few minutes during a stop in our trip, is the taxi supposed to restart the meter (starts at 35 THB) when I go back to the taxi, or keep the meter running?

## c # – Run a timer while waiting for user input

I do a math test on the C # console where the user answers math questions.

I am trying to add a timer to the test, I managed to make a timer but when I run my code it becomes a mess!

Here is a sample code:

``````class Program
{
public static OtherCode()
{
\*other code for test
}
public class Timer
{
public static int Timers(int timeLeft)
{
do
{
Console.Write("rtimeLeft: {0} ", timeLeft);
timeLeft--;
} while (timeLeft > 0);
Console.Write(Environment.NewLine);
return timeLeft;
}
}

public static void Main(string() args)
{
int numberOfSeconds = 30;
TimerClass.Timers(numberOfSeconds);
}));

\other code
OtherCode();
}
}
``````

Here is my full code:
https://github.com/CrazyDanyal1414/mathstester

Here's what it looks like when I run the code and try to type an answer to a question:

As you can see, my timer code overlaps my question code.
Any help appreciated!

## sql – PLS-00103 Symbol encountered ")" while waiting for one of the following: precision The symbol "precision" has been replaced by ")" to continue

I am trying to create this procedure:

CREATE OR REPLACE CHECK_HOLIDAY_RECORD PROCEDURE (AVERAGE_HOLIDAY_VOLUME OUT DOUBLE)
EAST

CURSOR C_HOLIDAY_VOLUME IS
SELECT TO_CHAR (TRUNC (NEM.DAY), & # 39; DAY & # 39;) RECORD_DATE, ROUND (AVG (nem.volume), 2) VOLUME
DE v_nem_rm16 NEM, dbp_holiday HOL
OERE TO_DATE (NEM.DAY) = TO_DATE (HOL.HOLIDAY_DATE)

## TO START

``````FOR r_volume IN C_HOLIDAY_VOLUME
LOOP
IF UPPER (R_VOLUME.DAY) LIKE '%MONDAY%' THEN
SELECT VOLUME INTO AVERAGE_HOLIDAY_VOLUME FROM DUAL;

ELSIF UPPER (R_VOLUME.DAY) LIKE '%TUESDAY%' THEN
SELECT VOLUME INTO AVERAGE_HOLIDAY_VOLUME FROM DUAL;

ELSIF UPPER (R_VOLUME.DAY) LIKE '%WEDNESDAY%' THEN
SELECT VOLUME INTO AVERAGE_HOLIDAY_VOLUME FROM DUAL;

ELSIF UPPER (R_VOLUME.DAY) LIKE '%THURSDAY%' THEN
SELECT VOLUME INTO AVERAGE_HOLIDAY_VOLUME FROM DUAL;

ELSIF UPPER (R_VOLUME.DAY) LIKE '%FRIDAY%' THEN
SELECT VOLUME INTO AVERAGE_HOLIDAY_VOLUME FROM DUAL;

ELSIF UPPER (R_VOLUME.DAY) LIKE '%SATURDAY%' THEN
SELECT VOLUME INTO AVERAGE_HOLIDAY_VOLUME FROM DUAL;

ELSE
SELECT round(AVG(VOLUME),2) INTO AVERAGE_HOLIDAY_VOLUME
FROM V_NEM_RM16
WHERE UPPER(TO_CHAR(DAY, 'DAY')) LIKE '%SUNDAY%';

END IF;
``````

## END LOOP;

END;

1/66 PLS-00103: Encountered the symbol ")" when he expected that: precision The symbol "precision" will be replaced by ")" to continue.
37/32 PLS-00103: Encountered the symbol "," while waiting for one of the following situations:
37/57 PLS-00103: Met the symbol ";" when you wait for one of the following :), * & – + / at mod stays rem and or escape || multiset

## Waiting time with cloudflare of more than 2 seconds using siteground and wordpress

I worked on my first WordPress site to try to get away from Wix. I am using siteground with cloudflare and I have enabled all parameters (caching, cloudflare, image optimization, etc.) in the SG optimizer application.

I am trying to improve the loading time of the site: sweetsmilingsoul.com and I encountered a very long waiting time in GTMetrix (more than 2 seconds) for the initial loading of the page.

Is there a way to reduce this? I tried to disable SG Optimizer but it didn't improve the wait time.

## probable probability – Waiting on a uniform unitary sphere approaches waiting on a standard high-dimensional Gaussian?

Let $$theta sim text {Uniform} ( mathbb {S} ^ {n-1})$$ and $$mathbf {x} sim mathcal {N} ( mathbf {0}, mathbf {I} _n)$$. Let $$f: mathbb {R} ^ n to mathbb {R}$$ to be a continuous function of Lipschitz. How to prove this

$$| mathbb {E} _ { theta} f ( theta) – mathbb {E} _ { mathbf {x}} f ( mathbf {x}) |$$

is arbitrarily small $$n to infty$$?

## dnd 5th – spell aoe: does a PC gain an advantage while waiting on the edge for a monster to emerge?

To cite a specific example, I think of Hunger of Hadar, but I think it would apply to most eye spells. Can a PC wait at the edge for a monster to emerge? Can a PC block the exit of a monster? Does the PC attack with advantage because it knows in which direction the monster will move?

## The Google Play console does not publish my Android app even after two days of waiting, what is the reason why it takes so long?

I developed a simple Book app in the Android studio and published it using the Google Play console.

I waited two days for my Android app to be published, but the status is still "Publication pending".

What I want to know is please tell me how long an Android app usually takes to be published.

What I did:

What they said:

Hi Faran,

Thanks for contacting Google Play Developer Support.

I understand that you are concerned about the time required to process your application for publication on Google Play. Due to the adjusted work schedules at this time, we are currently experiencing longer than usual review times. Although the situation is currently changing, application review times may vary and may take 7 days or more.

We recommend that you adjust your planning to reflect this and avoid resubmitting. We understand the inconvenience this can cause and we appreciate your patience and understanding.

If you have any further questions on using the Play console, let me know and I'll be happy to help.

Sincerely, Dave Google Play Developer Support

Did you know that we offer chat support in English? You can chat with us Monday to Friday, 12 p.m. to 12 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

Any help will be greatly appreciated .. Thanks

## stochastic processes – Waiting for typing time for a simple 1D symmetric random walk

In the first part of Steele's book on stochastic analysis, he defines a simple 1D symmetric random walk $$(S_n) _ {n in mathbb {N}}$$and a typing time $$tau = min ( {n in mathbb {N}: S_n = A, text {or} S_n = -B })$$. He defines $$g (k) = mathbb {E} ( tau | S_0 = k)$$, and it finds the recurrence relation
$$g (k) = (1/2) * g (k-1) + (1/2) * g (k + 1) + 1$$ for $$-B .

I can't understand where the extra +1 is coming from, or why it's needed.

## User Waiting – Order of Layout Commands for Back / Forward Back / Forward

Past

A discussion took place in my organization where we are examining the conventions for controlling the Front / Back and Front / Back buttons for our desktop application, which runs on Mac, Windows and Web. This is for the z order of the elements on a canvas, so keep in mind that Back means below or down in z order and Before means above.

I found a few different conventions in use, looking at the standard Mac and Windows applications.

Main groups Back / Front and Backward / Forward. Note that Back is on the left and Front is on the right.

Keynote and Pages

Microsoft puts the Front and Forward actions first. PowerPoint places all arrangement functions in a drop-down list in the Ribbon and Word separates them into 2 groups.

power point

Word

It should also be noted that Sketch has moved and combined these commands in the toolbar and that Front / Back is now accessible if you press Option while clicking on the Forward / Backward buttons. Adobe buries Arrangement under the menus.

Here is my question.

There are certain conventions within the Mac and Microsoft product families. We are trying to use familiar models.

On the Mac configuration, the button order is left / right. My gut tells me that this arrangement may reflect the rewind / fast forward control scheme that we may be familiar with in audio / video controls? Perhaps it is a bias for right-handers? Another designer I talked to think it's more obvious that a left button would involve moving up in Z order, and a right button would involve moving toward the low. We do not agree on this. It is worth noting that he is left-handed.

One observation I can make about Microsoft's drop-down menus is that, since they are arranged vertically in their ribbon drop-down menu, it makes sense that Front should be above Back.

So the conundrum is this. Our layout buttons have been oriented horizontally in our user interface for years. We try to reflect the conventions of familiar apps so that they are quickly recognizable, but we have different opinions as to whether Back or Down is intuitive left or right.

Since we don't want to change the horizontal arrangement, can you give an overview of what you think the convention should be and why?