Are every problems in EXP karp reducible to any EXP-Complete?

According to wikipedia and other references there exists complete language $ L \in EXP$ such that for every languages $ L’$ in $ EXP$ there exists a polynomial reduction $ f$ that converts instance of $ L’$ into $ L$ in polynomial time. I believe this definition is fine but I have some observation that are confusing me. I construct a language $ L”$ in $ EXP$ such that $ L”$ can not be convert into $ L$ with polynomial time reductions and $ L”$ is in $ EXP$ with an algorithm M in this way:

1) $ input(i,x)$

2) run $ f_i(i,x)$ in time at most $ 2^n$ if the computation time is greater than $ n^{\log n}$ then accept.

3)else accept $ (i,x)$ iff $ f_i(i,x) \not \in L$ .

Obviously $ Language(M) \in EXP$ so there exists a polynomial time reduction from $ Language(M)$ to $ L$ but this makes a contradiction because M prevents the reductions of less than $ n^{\log n}$ time to $ L$ .

My question is: where is my mistake?

Should I label every row in a table of inputs?

I find myself with some frequency creating a grid of inputs using a table where each cell consists of just an input field and the column headers define what the field is for. PHPStorm complains with this setup about the individual fields not having an associated label and I am wondering if providing one is really necessary.

As an example, here’s a table I recently made.

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The user can add as many rows as necessary to complete their data entry and each row consists of a simple input in each column. I’d prefer not to clutter the table visually with a label for every input, but should I be adding something for each input for accessibility or is it ok to ignore the warning and leave them unlabeled?

If I should label them, what would be the best way to go about doing so while maintaining a simple design such as this? What would make a good individual label? “Row 2 Adjustment”?

Preventing a SharePoint workflow from triggering every time I upload a new list item attachment?

I have a list in SharePoint where users can add requests, assign it to a user, and a workflow runs in the background to notify the user via email when something has been assigned to them.

Unfortunately we’ve had issues with MS Flow recently, so I was forced to build the workflow initially using SharePoint Designer (although I believe the principles should still be the same). So apologies for appearing old fashioned here.

SharePoint is very awkward when it comes to workflows that trigger only when a single field is changed and not the entire list item. Here is a screenshot of what I have in place, essentially it will only send an email if the ‘assigned to’ field has changed to a new person’s name. The workflow triggers every time the list item is modified.

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This workflow works pretty well, however, we have a big problem when users are adding attachments to the list item. Every time I add a new attachment, it’s triggering this workflow and sending the email. I’m not really sure why, because the email should only send if the assigned to name has changed, but simply adding an attachment is causing the email to send. It means if users attach 5 documents in a row, the assigned to person receives 5 of the same email.

Does anyone know why this might be happening?

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Is it a bad idea to make a microservice for every endpoint?

Many microservices commonly have only a single endpoint, so I know that a single-endpoint-service is not inherently a bad thing.

I’ve noticed that many of the advantages of a microservice over a monolith amplify in an inversely proportional manner to the size of the microservice. For instance, being able to scale up one service of an application independently of the others is an advantage of microservices; yet if every microservice was as small as possible (managing a single endpoint / command), this advantage simply becomes greater.

Other advantages which hold this property include:

  • Deployability
  • Team management (perhaps each team is assigned a group of “related” microservices, and perhaps each member is assigned a couple microservices within that group)
  • Emphasis of security where it counts; i.e. if one endpoint involves communication of more sensitive data, it can be singled out and given higher focus on security
  • Selection of tools / languages; i.e. if one endpoint involves some sort of processing or data retrieval which warrants using a different persistence format (NoSQL vs SQL vs in-memory database, etc) or programming language, it can be singled out and built using those tools and languages

Perhaps there are others as well. My point is, if these advantages simply grow the more you split your services, why don’t we make every microservice as small and granular as possible?

sSMTP gives 550 error every time I try to email someone

I’ve been trying to set up a script where it sends the contents of a text file to my email: benthetechguy@yahoo.com. I set up sSMTP with the email: executeorder66@yahoo.com. What i’m trying to do is send the contents of the file /home/ben/update from executeorder66@yahoo.com to benthetechguy@yahoo.com. I’m using the command ssmtp benthetechguy@yahoo.com < update. Every time I try it, it gives me the error 550 Request failed; Mailbox unavailable. I’ve tried to send it to yahoo emails, gmail emails, outlook emails, and even an AOL email! I’ve also tried two different yahoo emails and a google email to send it with. I’ve looked up all kinds of solutions and none have worked. Any advice?

Does the Ancestral Guardian barbarian’s Ancestral Protectors feature only work on your first attack after raging, or can you apply it every turn?

Does the Ancestral Protectors feature only work on your first attack after raging, or can you apply it every turn?

I have been wanting to make a Path of the Ancestral Guardian Barbarian, and I have been asking myself this question. Because if it does, it sounds pretty good, and maybe even on the overpowered side of things. Just imagine it against a boss.

Ubuntu remembers every drive ever connected and every dvd ever inserted and PCmanFM shows it in folder panel

I am using PCManFM 1.2.5 as file manager on Ubuntu 18.04.2. When I go to my media folder, there I find listed the names of every external drive I ever connected and every disk I ever inserted in my dvd drive and even for my WLAN stick a separate entry for every time I connected it to the computer. How can I get Ubuntu to empty this list daily or forget about the devices as soon as they get disconnected?