How to calculate the delivery of a touch spell using the familiar?

Familiar Conduit text reads

Under your tutelage, your familiar has grown attuned to the hidden currents of the world and can serve as a conduit for your magic. If the next action you use is to Cast a Spell that has a range, the spell uses the familiar as its origin point.

Touch is a range, but familiars do not have the required stats to make an attack. How does one calculate the success or failure?

I want to get the value of a select attribute in the checkout page, and then use it to show or not the delivery data

I want to get the value of a select attribute in the checkout page on WooCommerce, and then use it to show or not the delivery data.

I have tried everything but it still does not appear, the object of my products when I go through it comes out empty.

I have tried something similar to this to see what data I am getting but it comes out empty:

add_filter( 'woocommerce_cart_item_name', 'cart_variation_description', 20, 3); function cart_variation_description( $  name, $  cart_item, $  cart_item_key ) {     // Get the corresponding WC_Product     $  product_item = $  cart_item['data'];      if(!empty($  product_item) && $  product_item->is_type( 'variation' ) ) {         // WC 3+ compatibility         //$  descrition = $  product_item->get_description();         //$  descrition = $  product_item->get_attribute( 'pa_modo' );         $  descrition = $  product_item->get_post_meta( $  variation->ID, 'price_1_50', true );         $  result = __( 'Description: ', 'woocommerce' ) . $  descrition;         return $  name . '<br>' . $  result;     } else         return $  name; } 

Thanks a lot.

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Food Delivery Service Database Design Questions

For a Food Delivery application I am developing for a school project, I’m facing some problems during the ER model design stage. I have to fulfil many requirements but my main issues I’m having are the following:

A)

Restaurant

  1. Each order’s food items must be from a single restaurant, and each order is assigned to a delivery rider who will collect and deliver the ordered items to the customer.

I’ve learnt about ternary relationships and my current design doesn’t seem to be enforcing the constraint in (A). I’m thinking if a ternary constraint connecting Restaurant to “Ordered In” will be a better design but as I’m not familiar with refining schemas, I don’t know if it’s a good design decision.

B)

Riders

  1. Each full-time rider maintains a monthly work schedule (MWS) while each part-time rider maintains a weekly work schedule (WWS).

  2. In the FDS application, a week is defined to be a duration consisting of seven consecutive days, and a month is defined to be a duration consisting of four consecutive weeks.

  3. Each WWS specifies the hour intervals that the rider is available for work each day.

  4. For example, a rider’s WWS might specify the following work hours for six work days: for Monday to Thursday, the rider works for the hours 10am to 1pm, 4pm to 6pm, and 7pm to 10pm; and for Saturday and Sunday, the rider works for the hours 10am to 1pm and 5pm to 8pm.

What would be a good way to differentiate between a part-time weekly work schedule and full-time monthly work schedule, which is a duplicate of 4 identical weekly work schedules, the exact wording of my requirements are all shown in (B).

I follow my notation rather similarly to those quoted in R. Ramakrishnan & J. Gehrke, Introduction to database design, Database Management Systems, chapter 2. McGraw Hill, third edition, 2003. Do feel free to ask for more clarification

How to proceed with suspicious SMS from an apparent delivery service

Around a month ago, I received this SMS:

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Translation: “Package XXX-xxxxx could not be delivered on 31.01.2020 because the delivery charges were not paid in full. Check delivery: http: //4jm.us/xxxx

Me receiving a delivery isn’t that unusual, as I backed a game on Kickstarter, which is in the process of shipping backer rewards, but this is the first time that a delivery was put “on hold” because of something not being paid. Is that normal? It looks a lot like a scam to me, but I also fear that maybe different packages are delivered by different companies and those companies simply handle things differently. How should I proceed?

Registration form – Delivery or Billing Address first?

This is a UI question for all you e-commerce design experts out there.
Is there a generally accepted standard for which address to capture first from new registrations on a typical online shopping site. Should you fist ask the new customer for:
1. their billing address. or
2. their delivery address?

In my humble view we should first ask for their delivery address. My reasoning is this: since they are probably in the middle of checking out, and we don't want to slow down this process any…

Registration form – Delivery or Billing Address first?