L is NP-complete and L contains an subset Q, then Q is NP-complete (true or false)

I have trouble how to proof "L is NP-complete and L contains an subset Q, then Q is NP-complete" is true or false.

I found online a similar question: "If L contains an NP-complete subset, then L is NP-complete". This question proved false with a counterexample: {0, 1}* ⊃ L_SAT, but {0, 1}*∈P.

I have not clear why {0, 1}* ⊃ L_SAT

Redirect plugin showing ‘/false’ in urls that reurn as a 404

I’m seeing lots of 404s registered by the WordPress plugin Redirection such as contact-us/false. The user agent that’s finding the 404s is Googlebot-Image/1.0

I have Search Console connected to the site and it is not reporting any 404s.

Wondering if these 404s are anything to worry about and what might be causing them?

Can Nystul’s Magic Aura’s False Aura option be used on creatures?

This question was inspired by a question on whether detect magic can sense feign death. I believe it would, which raises the question of how you could foil detect magic in this case. The obvious solution would be use to Nystul’s Magic Aura (also known as Arcanist’s Magic Aura), which is designed for concealing magic.

However, as I read the spell more closely, I noticed an issue. Magic Aura can be used on both creatures and objects. Magic Aura has two options: False Aura and Mask. Mask is used to disguise a creature’s type or alignment. False Aura is used to disguise whether or not the target is magical and the school of magic of its aura. Therefore, if I want to make my creature under the influence of a spell appear to not be under the influence of a spell, I would want the False Aura option.

But there is a problem. False Aura starts by saying

You change the way the target appears to spells and magic effects, such as detect magic, that detect magical auras.

Great, that’s exactly what I want to do. However, the rest of the paragraph refers to this option’s effects on objects, not creatures. One could read this as meaning that the False Aura option has no effect on creatures and is meant to be used only with magic items. However, Magic Aura also says

When you cast this spell, choose one or both of the following effects.

Mask clearly applies to creatures and has no benefit for objects (since they have neither type nor alignment). Thus, if False Aura only worked on objects, they would have no reason to let you use both Mask and False Aura on a single object (save for some extremely niche cases where the target could alternate between being an object and a creature). This implies that maybe False Aura can work on creatures, and they just used the object case as an example.

But there’s another complication. Even if I can use the False Aura option on a creature, it is unclear whether False Aura will conceal spells which are affecting the target or whether it only disguises magic which is intrinsic to the target (such as from any creature summoned by a conjure spell). I am interested in the former case, where the target is not intrinsically magical but is under the effect of spells.

Can I use Magic Aura to conceal or disguise magical effects on a creature?

Are SAT problems with at most two false clauses NP-complete?

Is the problem of deciding whether a SAT instance, where at most two clauses are false (that is, any given variable assignment will either lead to all clauses being true, all but one, or all but two), is satisfiable solvable in polynomial time?

This is a follow-up from my previous question. The problem presented in that question (at most one false clause) was solvable in polynomial time, because we could take advantage of the fact that the set of truth assignments that make a clause false is disjoint to that of any other clause. With two or more clauses, the sets that make a clause false can overlap with each other. Does this mean that problems with at most two (or more) false clauses (when I say “or more,” I do not mean that the number can change with the problem size. A problem with five clauses where at most five are false is a trivial version of regular SAT, but what about a problem of a few million clauses where are most five can be false?) are NP-complete, or are all versions of SAT where you limit the number of false clauses solvable in polynomial time?

sharepoint flow condition runs showing False always

I have a sharepoint list with a list with “Leave type” as one of the columns which is a choice field. I have another column as “Days requested” i created a flow that needs approval redirected to another person if Leave type is Annual Leave and it is more than 10 days Combination of IF and AND condition. i discovered it is running as “Inputs expression is False and goes to where false expression should go even if the condition is true. I have tried several times and the problem keeps showing up. thus directing my flow to the email meant for false expression

sharepoint flow condition runs showing False always

I have a sharepoint list with a list with “Leave type” as one of the columns which is a choice field. I have another column as “Days requested” i created a flow that needs approval redirected to another person if Leave type is Annual Leave and it is more than 10 days Combination of IF and AND condition. i discovered it is running as “Inputs expression is False and goes to where false expression should go even if the condition is true. I have tried several times and the problem keeps showing up. thus directing my flow to the email meant for false expression

sharepoint flow condition runs showing False always

I have a sharepoint list with a list with “Leave type” as one of the columns which is a choice field. I have another column as “Days requested” i created a flow that needs approval redirected to another person if Leave type is Annual Leave and it is more than 10 days Combination of IF and AND condition. i discovered it is running as “Inputs expression is False and goes to where false expression should go even if the condition is true. I have tried several times and the problem keeps showing up. thus directing my flow to the email meant for false expression

False Hydra in Call of Cthulhu

I would like to run False Hydra but in Call of Cthulhu. The climate fits perfectly and the story can be adjusted to the system without a problem, but I have one concern – Is there a Lovecraftian creature which is anyhow similar or at least some spells in the rulebook that can cause False Hydra effects, or should I just homebrew this creature? From what I know the False Hydra is not canon in D&D as well, but I would like to know if there is anything similar in CoC.

Image Carousel Video Autoplay true or False

want to set autoplay true if video and false if image is tried using below inside autoplay set state but throwing error

autoPlay={this.setState({ autoplayvideo: true })} Type ‘void’ is not assignable to type ‘boolean’.ts(2322)

                        <Carousel dynamicHeight={true}  showThumbs={false}    >                           {this.state.items.map((imageList,key) => {                               if(imageList.SourceType =="Video")                         return (<div>                          <video width="320" height="240" controls autoPlay={this.setState({ autoplayvideo: true })} >                         <source src={ imageList.Image ? imageList.Image["Url"] : '' } type="video/mp4" ></source>                         </video>                          <p className={styles.legends}  onClick={() =>{this._onClickItem(imageList.Title)}}>{imageList.Title}</p>                            </div>)                            if(imageList.SourceType =="Text")                          return (<div>                           <img  src={imageList.Image? imageList.Image["Url"] : ''}   />                            <p className={styles.legends}  onClick={() =>{this._onClickItem(imageList.Title)}}>{imageList.Title}</p>                             </div>)                            })}                             </Carousel>