Can I force someone into my bag of holding? [duplicate]

I’m playing an artificer, and I have the bag of holding infusion. I was thinking that if I put a whole person in a bag of holding against his or her will, that would be basically an instakill, right?

My DM said that in my infusioned bag of holding nothing living can enter, and if it does, it instantly dies. How do I do that? Just a regular melee attack roll? Do I make an opposed strength check? What if we are just talking and I randomly do that, does that count as a surprise round so I can do it before rolling for initiative?

Bags of holding are 2 feet wide, does a dwarf fit in there? (I want to kill a really bad dwarf mafia boss.)

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How can I strategise IC with the other players when my PC is stupid?

I have a very strong preference for keeping discussions in-character and avoiding out-of-character table talk. The trouble is that my PC is not very smart (an Int 8, Wis 13 half-orc barbarian) but I’m one of the more experienced players at the table.

How can I contribute usefully to strategy discussions we have in-character, while faithfully role-playing a stupid character?

Do I have to just accept that the only way is to make suggestions out-of-game?

The background to this question is that I’ve already run into problems because of the combination of avoiding out-of-character discussion and avoiding suggesting smart things in-character.

As a player I like to overcome the challenges which are presented, so I do want to think about the best way a situation should be handled, in a way that good prevails (I tend to play Chaotic Good alignment) and everybody survives to see another day – barring accidents and bad luck. The other players don’t bother planning on how to tackle challenges, and usually just run into them head-first.

So my character is a simple barbarian and I mainly kept to that role in the party: I smashed things and use brute force, no questions asked. The problem is that I stopped thinking about making intelligent suggestions to the group because my character would never do that. This resulted in two characters dying in an unwinnable fight against an enemy that outnumbered and out-powered us, because the party tried to hack & slash through an adventure that could have been easily won through negotiation and strategising to play two factions off against each other.

I don’t mind things going badly due to crappy rolls, but it haunts me that things went badly because I decided to keep quiet.

Is there a way to get my strategic plans presented to the party through my not-so-smart character, or do I have to just break character and strategise out-of-character? Is there any way to reconcile my two priorities of staying in-character as a role-player, and successfully strategising as a game-player?

How to find the size of offset w an the maximum number of pages per segment?

I am learning about Operating Systems, but the topic of physical and logical address translating seems a bit complicated to me.

So I am asked to find the size of offset w and the maximum number of pages per each segment, while I know that:

  • The logical address size is 16 bits,
  • Page size is 256 words,
  • and the segment table contains 2^10 entries.

AJAX Call Via Vanilla JavaScript In WordPress Plugin Development

I ama newbie in WordPress Plugin development in which I have some HTML form on the main plugin page that will get the data from the admin who is logged in and a back page where I have some different functions in PHP like to get information from the database etc. To explain in detail, here is the code…

Main Plugin File:

<?php /* Plugin Name: WP Testing Plugin Plugin URI: http://www.wordpress.org/WP-Testing-Plugin Description: A Detailed Description About This Plugin. Author: Muhammad Hassan Version: 0.1 Author URI: http://www.wordpress.org */  /*____________WP Testing Plugin Admin/Script_____________*/ function wp_testingPlugin_admin() {     echo '         <form id="searchForm" onsubmit="return searchData(this)">             <input name="WhatToSearch" type="text" />             <input type="submit" value="Search"/>             <input type="reset" value="Reset"/>             <div id="showReturnData"></div>         </form>     ';     echo '         <form id="infoForm" onsubmit="return searchInfo(this)">             <input name="WhatToKnow" type="text" />             <input type="submit" value="Search"/>             <input type="reset" value="Reset"/>             <div id="showReturnInfo"></div>         </form>     ';      echo '         <script type="text/javascript">             function searchData(incomingForm) {                 // Confirmation To Add A Data                 var answer = confirm("Are You Sure Want To Search?");                 if (answer){                     // If User Click Ok Then Execute The Below Code                          var FD = new FormData(incomingForm); // Get FORM Element Object                     FD.append("Function", "DataFunction"); // Adding Extra Data In FORM Element Object To Hit Only This Function In Ajax Call File                     var ajx = new XMLHttpRequest();                     ajx.onreadystatechange = function () {                         if (ajx.readyState == 4 && ajx.status == 200) {                             document.getElementById("showReturnData").innerHTML = ajx.responseText;                                      }                     };                     ajx.open("POST", "'.plugin_dir_url( __FILE__ ).'my_functions.php", true);                     ajx.send(FD);                     document.getElementById("showReturnData").innerHTML = "<div class="error">ERROR: AJAX Did Not Respond.</div>";                 }                 return false; // For Not To Reload Page             }               function searchInfo(incomingForm) {                 // Confirmation To Add A Data                 var answer = confirm("Are You Sure Want To Search?");                 if (answer){                     // If User Click Ok Then Execute The Below Code                          var FD = new FormData(incomingForm); // Get FORM Element Object                     FD.append("Function", "InfoFunction"); // Adding Extra Data In FORM Element Object To Hit Only This Function In Ajax Call File                     var ajx = new XMLHttpRequest();                     ajx.onreadystatechange = function () {                         if (ajx.readyState == 4 && ajx.status == 200) {                             document.getElementById("showReturnData").innerHTML = ajx.responseText;                                      }                     };                     ajx.open("POST", "'.plugin_dir_url( __FILE__ ).'my_functions.php", true);                     ajx.send(FD);                     document.getElementById("showReturnInfo").innerHTML = "<div class="error">ERROR: AJAX Did Not Respond.</div>";                 }                 return false; // For Not To Reload Page             }          </script>     '; //if you want only logged in users to access this function use this hook add_action('wp_ajax_searchData', 'searchData'); add_action('wp_ajax_searchInfo', 'searchInfo'); //if you want none logged in users to access this function use this hook add_action('wp_ajax_nopriv_searchData', 'searchData'); add_action('wp_ajax_nopriv_searchInfo', 'searchInfo');   } /*__________________________________________________________________*/   /*____________WP Testing Plugin Option_____________*/ //Adding "WP Testing Plugin" Menu To WordPress -> Tools function wp_testingPlugin() {     //  add_management_page( $  page_title, $  menu_title, $  capability, $  menu_slug, $  function);                  Menu Under Tools     add_management_page("WP Testing Plugin By Hassan", "WP Testing Plugin", 'activate_plugins', "WP-Testing-Plugin", "wp_testingPlugin_admin"); } add_action('admin_menu', 'wp_testingPlugin'); /*__________________________________________________________________*/ ?> 

And this is my_functions.php file.

<?php /****************************************************************************/ //Garb The Function Parameter /****************************************************************************/ $  Function = $  _POST['Function'];   /****************************************************************************/ // Run Search Function /****************************************************************************/ if ($  Function == "DataFunction"){      if(!isset($  _POST['WhatToSearch'])){         $  WhatToSearch = "Nothing";     } else {         $  WhatToSearch = $  _POST['WhatToSearch'];     }      echo "<div class='success'>SUCCESS: Function Is Working Perfectly And Getting Data ".$  WhatToSearch.".</div>"; }  /****************************************************************************/ // Run Another Function /****************************************************************************/ if ($  Function == "InfoFunction"){      if(!isset($  _POST['WhatToKnow'])){         $  WhatToKnow = "Nothing";     } else {         $  WhatToKnow = $  _POST['WhatToKnow'];     }      echo "<div class='success'>SUCCESS: Function Is Working Perfectly And Getting Data ".$  WhatToKnow.".</div>"; }  ?> 

But my code is not working and not hitting my_functions.php file even. Whats the problem here? Need basic step only to work in this patteren. Currently, I am not sure I am even implementing this correctly as I never used WP AJAX before. So right now, my objective is just to get a basic example working. I appreciate any suggestions on how to accomplish this.

Thank you!