Add/assign same Five Star rating to author while adding to Article using Rules

I Need to achieve this functionality only with Rules or combinations with any other module(s).

Structure

FiveStar field is attached to the node type Article and another with the User profile.

Requirement

When an user add rating for the Article it should apply the same rating for its author. The rating of the author on his profile must be functional as a regular rating i.e. the user can receive multiple ratings and an average is shown.

I have tried with the below Rules:

{ "rules_author_rating" : {   "LABEL" : "Author Rating",   "PLUGIN" : "reaction rule",   "OWNER" : "rules",   "REQUIRES" : [ "rules", "voting_rules" ],   "ON" : { "voting_rules_insert_node" : [] },   "IF" : [     { "node_is_of_type" : { "node" : [ "node" ], "type" : { "value" : { "article" : "article" } } } }   ],   "DO" : [     { "data_set" : {         "data" : [ "node:author:field-author-rating" ],         "value" : [ "node:field-node-rating" ]       }     }   ] } 

}

But it logs an error

Unable to modify data “node:author:field-my-rating”: Invalid data value given. Be sure it matches the required data type and format. Value at node(3)->author->field_author_rating: 80.`

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Envelope Question: Five letters addressed to individuals 1,2,3,4 and 5 are randomly placed in five addressed envelopes, one letter in each envelope.

I’m trying to find the probability of:

  1. Exactly three letters go in the correct envelopes.
  2. Exactly two letters go in the correct envelopes
  3. No letters go in the correct envelopes

Here is my approach:

So there is clearly a total of 5! distinct ways of arranging the letters.

  1. If exactly three letters go in the correct envelopes, then there are $ 5 \choose 3$ ways of choosing the positions for the three correct envelopes, and for the remaining two letters, there are 2! ways of organizing them. Thus, probability = $ \frac{{5 \choose 3} * 2!}{5!}$ .

  2. If exactly two letters go in the correct envelopes, then there are $ 5 \choose 2$ ways of choosing the positions for the two correct envelopes, and for the remaining three letters, there are 3! ways of organizing them. Thus, probability = $ \frac{{5 \choose 2} * 3!}{5!}$ .

  3. I’m not really sure how to approach this problem.

Any input would be great.

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Five functions to get the digits of a number

I’m writing a simple function: given a number, it will return a sequence or a collection of the digits in the number (in the correct order). i.e (get-digits-fn 1234567) => (1 2 3 4 5 6 7) / [1 2 3 4 5 6 7]

Below are five attempts at the same function:

(defn get-digits-1 [num]   (->> [num '()]        (iterate (fn [[num digits]]                   (when (> num 0)                     [(quot num 10) (conj digits (rem num 10))])))        (take-while some?)        (last)        (second)))  (defn get-digits-2 [num]   (when (> num 0)     (lazy-seq (concat (get-digits-2 (quot num 10)) '((rem num 10))))))  ;; Suggested by Carcigenate (defn get-digits-3 [num]   (->> (str)        (map str)        (map int)        (into '())))  (defn get-digits-4 [num]   (loop [n num          res '()]     (if (= n 0)       res       (recur (quot n 10) (conj res (rem n 10))))))  (defn get-digits-5 [num]   (->>    (iterate (fn [[n digits]]               [(quot n 10) (conj digits (rem n 10))])             [num '()])    (drop-while #(not= 0 (first %)))    (first)    (second))) 

A helper function for testing performance:

(defn quick-bench-get-digits [fn range]   (quick-bench (->> range                     (map fn)                     (map (partial apply vector))                     (into [])))) 

The perf results (output truncated to only show execution time mean):

eul> (quick-bench-get-digits get-digits-1 (range 1 100000)) Execution time mean : 129.516521 ms  eul> (quick-bench-get-digits get-digits-2 (range 1 100000)) Execution time mean : 128.637055 ms  eul> (quick-bench-get-digits get-digits-3 (range 1 100000)) Execution time mean : 24.267716 ms  eul> (quick-bench-get-digits get-digits-4 (range 1 100000)) Execution time mean : 25.083393 ms  eul> (quick-bench-get-digits get-digits-5 (range 1 100000)) Execution time mean : 145.430443 ms 

It looks like get-digits-3 is the fastest while get-digits-4 is closely behind. (As the numbers increase, get-digits-3 outperforms get-digits-4. i.e try (range 1000000 2000000))

  1. Any way to increase performance more without leaving Clojure land?
  2. If mutability and Java inter-op is allowed, is there a way to increase performance?

p.s. functions 1 and 5 are almost identical. This was incremental exploration.

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Before using the ASG, we would add and remove servers to the Target Groups manually from the Target Group console, and the nodes would deregister after draining properly. We have a very stateful application so the deregistration delay is really important for us.

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