Input fields – Is more user friendly for credit cards than ?

Basically this question, but with more usability focus:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48534229/what-is-the-correct-input-type-for-credit-card-numbers


So we have these two general keyboard layouts (at least that’s how they look on my phone).
One is <input type=number> and the other <input type=tel>

   

Now by the logic they were designed, you would use the number one for credit cards.

But I’m wondering, aren’t the buttons on <input type=tel> much easier to hit for a field where you only need numbers? It feels like all the extra symbols on <input type=number> are just cluttering the view, you can’t use them for this field anyway.

Now the questions are:
Would you consider this a better user experience, even though we’d be using the “wrong” format?
What about possible drawbacks, would this possibly hinder the user in some way?

Network cards supporting PTP one-step-sync

We currently want to setup a PTP Grandmaster using ptp4linux on a Linux host. The slave devices rely on PTP one-step-sync but we haven’t found any purchaseable network card on the marked which has this feature (ethtool has to report HWTSTAMP_TX_ONESTEP_SYNC).

We just found some phys (TI dp83640,Microchip LAN7430/1,Alaska 88E1512) which have this feature and are also supported by the Linux mainline kernel.

I am wondering if anyone knows PCIe/USB/… devices having these phys? Or at least a network card which is one-step-sync capable?

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Preparing in case ATM/debit cards might go missing during a long trip

I’ve been pickpocketed twice and had debit cards swallowed by ATMs twice over the past decade or so. I’ve also had cards expire during a long trip.

For my upcoming trip which I envision will last over one year, I just asked my bank what can be done.

They cannot give me two cards for the same account. So I can’t keep a backup card safe.

In the past it took about six weeks to get my bank to replace my lost card, even though my bank (ANZ) had a branch in the country I was in (Laos).

Normally I’ve had a debit card and a credit card from the same bank so if I lose one I can use the other to access the account. But I can’t get a credit card at the moment.

In the case of my card expiring during my trip, the best they can do is send a new card to a relative about two weeks before my card expires and I can get the new card sent out, though how easy that is depends on the country I’m in. The bank might also be able to send the new card internationally, also depending on the country.

Has anyone else here had to deal with similar circumstances before? What have you done to improve the situation?

Are there any drawbacks to “travel money cards”?

The cards I’m asking about are sometimes called “travel cards” or “prepaid cards” or “forex cards”. I don’t know if there is one universally accepted name.

I have never used one because I believe they are not suited to my style of travel, but maybe I’m wrong about that.

I believe you pre-load them with amounts of money in one or several foreign currencies.

I believe that many banks in many countries provide them but that places other thanks banks sometimes also provide them.

I cannot find the Wikipedia page or even decide what is the most usual term. But here is the link for the card of this type that my bank here in Australia provides, as one example for those who need more info about what I’m talking about.

My actual question about them is:

When are these cards not suitable for travellers? Do they have any down sides?

how to deal cards to multiple players card game C

I am trying to make a card game in c, I am a bit stuck on how to deal the cards to a selected amount of players. Could anyone give me some guidelines on how to do this? I will post the code below, Thanks in advance and happy new year!!!

#include<stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> //random number generator functions #include <string.h> #include <time.h> #include <ctype.h>  #define CARDS 52  int playerAmount; int deckAmount; int drawPosition = 0; int deckPosition = 0; char gamePlay; int handNumber = 0; int players[];      const char *numeric[] =           {    "Two","Three","Four","Five","Six","Seven",                 "Eight","Nine","Ten","Queen", "Jack","King","Ace" };      const char *suits[] =    {     "Diamonds","Hearts","Clubs","Spades"};  const char *P1[5]; const char *P2[5];   // function to shuffle the deck int Shuffle(int *deck) {     int i, temp, card;      printf("\nShuffling...\n\n");     for (i = CARDS - 1; i > 0; i--)     {         card = rand() % i;         temp = deck[i];         deck[i] = deck[card];         deck[card] = temp;      }     return 0; }  // program entry point int main(void) {     int deck[CARDS];  // deck     int card = 53;    // card     int fDisplay, sDisplay;     // face and suit     int i;            // counter     char ch = 0;      // keyboard       printf("Welcome to 25, Please enter the         number        of     players");     scanf("%d", &players[]);     printf("Player Amount is: ", players[]);     // Declare player amount-dependant arrays...     //initialize the deck      for (i = 0; i < CARDS; i++)         deck[i] = i;      // deal cards      do     {         if (card >= CARDS)             card = Shuffle(deck);          // face and suit         fDisplay = deck[card] % 13;         sDisplay = deck[card] / 13;         player1 = deck[card] % 13 *5;         player2 = deck[card] % 13 *5;          // display the card         printf("%2d > %s of %s\t\t", card, numeric    [player1], suits[player1]);         card++;          printf("(Enter to deal, L to Leave)\n");         ch = getchar();     } while (toupper(ch) != 'L');     return 0; } 

SIM cards in South America, which are the most reliable ones?

I know that this sounds very subjective but I don’t know how to put it different:

I will be travel in South America for few months, with an average timespan of 2 weeks in each of this countries: Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Colombia.

Talking about SIM cards, is anyone who travaled a similar journey and can tell which is the better option between buying a SIM card in each country or just buy one for all of them (or some of them)?

I would like something with good signal/coverage, 5 GB/month or similar and some voice (100 minutes of domestic calls should be fine).

Any suggestions?