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Display the subcategory image grid only if there are sub cats to display and then displaying products if not

I am using the following method below to call a subcategory grid to my top level categories by altering the products.phtml file and it works great except that some of the Top Level Categories don’t have subcats just products to display leaving the page blank.

How can I alter this code to either allow the regular products to list if no subcats are available or instead of using this inside the products.phtml file turn it into a static block I can put inside the correct categories. Assuming that these are actually the best methods to achieve this goal.

The method is from Magento2: Show subcategory as a grid with images I am using Magento 2.3.2 I am not a magento master so if anyone is kind enough to answer please assume my comprehension level is low so steps are not implied as I will probably mess it up 🙂

Thanks in advance fellow coders!

The code:

<?php $  category = $  block->getCurrentCategory(); ?> <?php $  subcategories = $  category->getChildrenCategories(); ?> <?php $  _helper = $  this->helper('Magento\Catalog\Helper\Output'); ?> <?php $  objectManager = \Magento\Framework\App\ObjectManager::getInstance(); ?> <?php if(count($  subcategories) > 0): ?>     <div class="products wrapper grid products-grid">         <ol class="products list items product-items">             <?php foreach($  category->getChildrenCategories() as $  subcategory): ?>                 <?php $  subcategory = $  objectManager->create('Magento\Catalog\Model\Category')->load($  subcategory->getId()); ?>                 <li class="item product product-item">                     <div class="product-item-info">                         <?php if ($  _imgUrl = $  subcategory->getImageUrl()): ?>                             <a href="<?= $  subcategory->getUrl() ?>" class="product photo product-item-photo">                                 <span class="product-image-container">                                     <?php $  _imgHtml = '<img src="' . $  _imgUrl . '" />'; ?>                                     <?php echo $  _imgHtml = $  _helper->categoryAttribute($  subcategory, $  _imgHtml, 'image'); ?>                                 </span>                             </a>                         <?php endif; ?>                         <div class="product details product-item-details">                             <strong class="product name product-item-name">                                 <a class="product-item-link" href="<?= $  subcategory->getUrl() ?>"><?= $  subcategory->getName() ?></a>                             </strong>                         </div>                     </div>                 </li>             <?php endforeach; ?>         </ol>     </div> <?php else: ?>     <?php if (!$  block->isContentMode() || $  block->isMixedMode()): ?>         <?= $  block->getProductListHtml() ?>     <?php endif; ?> <?php endif; ?> 

Do you take falling damage if falling from 20ft or less while grappled by someone affected by Cat’s Grace?

Here are the rules on falling :

At the end of a fall, a creature takes 1d6 bludgeoning damage for every 10 feet it fell, to a maximum of 20d6. The creature lands prone, unless it avoids taking damage from the fall.

One of the effects of Enhance Ability is called Cat’s Grace :

The target has advantage on Dexterity checks. It also doesn’t take damage from falling 20 feet or less if it isn’t incapacitated.

Let’s say Bob, who is affected by Cat’s Grace, grapples Rick, starts dragging him forward but then falls into a 20ft deep pit. We know Bob does not take falling damage, but what about Rick ? Does Rick take the 2d6, or does he also take nothing, thanks to Bob acting as some sort of cushion ?

Need donations for stray cats

I'm in need of urgent funds to take care of the operation of a stray female cat (8 months old). The vet is charging almost double as I could afford.
I tried a few fundraising websites, but none is supporting Asian countries.
If you know where I can get help, it would be really helpful.

More elegant way to express nested cats EitherT/OptionT code

We’ve got some rather unattractive code below that asynchronously looks to see if a value already exists, and if not performs a side effect. Ultimately resulting in a possible error.
it seems to me there must be a better way to do this than wrapping and unwrapping OptionTs. Any suggestions?

def persistValue(value: DtoA): EitherT[Future, Error, Unit] = ??? val maybeCachedValue: OptionT[Future, DataTypeA] = ???  val result: OptionT[Future, Error] = OptionT(   maybeCachedValue.value     .flatMap {       case Some(_) => Future.successful(None)       case None => persistValue(someDto).swap.toOption.value     } ) 

P.S. if someone with more reputation could create a scala-cats tag that would be great.

Place $k$ cats in a corridor of length $n$ to catch the greatest number of mice

There’s a corridor of length $ n$ divided into $ n$ parts of length $ 1$ . In the $ i$ -th part there are $ a_i$ mice. A cat can be assigned to eat mice from some contiguous segment of the corridor. If a cat was assigned to segment from $ i$ -th to $ j$ -th part then if there are $ s = a_i + a_{i+1} + … + a_{j}$ mices, it will eat $ \max(s – (j – i)^2, 0)$ mice. Your task is to find how many mice can be eaten in total if you can use $ k$ cats. Segments assigned to cats cannot intersect. You don’t have to cover the whole corridor.

This problem appeared on one of my past exams. I’ve tried various approches, including lots of heuristics, dynamic programming and greedy algorithms, but none have worked.