IP doesn’t change to the domain name

I am facing this problem for quite a long time. When I enter the IP address of my website it take me to the website but the IP address doesn’t change to the Domain Name. I am hosting my website on a Virtual Machine on Google Cloud. I am using the Google Cloud service as a hosting service for my website. Can someone help me in solving this problem?

Why does Fully Utilized Thread Change over time?

While I was running a simple program which needed to run for a couple minutes, I made an observation I can’t find an answer for on google.

Here is a snip of my system monitor which demonstrates my computer switching which processor is at full capacity while running my program. my system monitor

This isn’t causing me any trouble, but I find it interesting, because I would assume that switching between units would take more time than just running at 100% capacity the whole time on one unit. Is there any simple explanation for this behavior?

Thanks!

Can a Transmutation Wizard cast ritual transmutation spells to change the active effect of their Stone?

The text for a School of Transmutation wizard’s transmuter’s stone is as follows (PHB p.119):

Each time you cast a transmutation spell of 1st level or higher, you can change the effect of your stone if the stone is on your person.

Does this mean that if a ritual spell such as skywrite (XGE p.165) was cast, the wizard would be able to change what effect their Stone has active?

Method to change value in a key for a min heap

How would you write a method to change the value of a min heap where bool changeKey(int oldKey, int newKey). The keys are unique, no duplicate keys are permitted. If there is a key in the heap with value oldKey, and no existing entry with key newKey, it will change it to newKey, keeping the the heap properties and returning true. If there is no key in the heap with value oldKey, or an existing entry has value newKey, then it will take no action and return false. Also an auxiliary map is used to store the locations of the keys in an array. I know how to write methods for insertion but haven’t seen any implementations of this.

Minimization of amount in the change coins problem using the dynamic programing approach

I’m learning the dynamic programming approach to solve the coins change problem, I don’t understand the substitution part

Given: amount=9, coins = [6,5,1],

the instructor simplified it with this function:

minCoins = min {(9-6)+1 , (9-5)+1, (9-1) +1} = min{4, 5, 9} = 4

I don’t understand the logic of this min method: why we say that to change amount of 9 coins, we can simply, take the minimum of: 9 – {all coins} +1 ?

here’s a Gif that visualizes the instructor’s approach: https://i.stack.imgur.com/Zx2cG.gif

(*taken from the Algorithmic Toolbox course/ instructor: Prof. Pavel A. Pevzner)

how do a changlings change apearance and a druids wild shape interact?

A changelings change apearance states

You also can’t appear as a creature of a different size than you, and your basic shape stays the same; if you’re bipedal, you can’t use this trait to become quadrupedal, for instance.

But seeing that with a druids wild shape can change you into a creature that is quadrupedal and a differernt size as yourself, does this mean that after that you can change into another quadrupedal creature of that same size?

lets say you are a normal 2 legged walking medium changeling and you wild shape into a 4 legged walking large saber-toothed tiger. does that mean that you can use the change apearance feature of the changeling to change into another 4 legged walking large creature like a dire wolf? and can you use this feature to change apearance into a creature outside of the possible druid wild shapes? for example a creature with a higher CR?

When you change entirely to a new class after the 10th level, do you get the new class’s damage die?

When you have enough XP to go to 11th level, the book says that you can “change entirely to a new class.”

The book says this about what that means (in this section, under “Beyond 10th Level”):

Changing classes means keeping your ability scores, race, HP, and whatever moves you and the GM agree are core to who your character is. You lose all other class moves, replacing them with the starting moves of your new class.

Based on this, I wouldn’t get the base HP of the new class, keeping my old HP instead.

However, I’m not sure whether I keep the damage die of my original class or take the damage die of my new class?

Here’s some more context about the damage die, from the same page linked above (under “Damage”):

If a move just says “deal damage” the character rolls their class’s damage dice plus any bonuses or penalties from moves, weapons, or effects. (emphasis mine)

So, maybe another way to ask this question could be, when you deal damage after changing entirely to a new class after 10th level, do you roll the damage die of your original class or your new class?