How to divide a list in linear time where every element in the first part is smaller than every element in the second list

How to divide a list into to equal part (even-number list size) in linear time where every element in the first part is smaller than every element in the second part

I tried to use QuickSort but in can result in $ O(n^2)$ time complexity.

Its been a while! Looking to automate a specific list of websites, not platforms – Any GSA software.

Hello All.

So its been 5 years since i was active on here! 

I am no longer building a quarter of a million links a day, or breaking my brain writing SVM captcha breakers, but am still very much into SEO.

I am now looking for a tool that can be used to automate custom sites, primarily for building business citations.
I raked my brain for the stuff i used back in the blackhat days, but most of the stuff is dead (what happened to sick submitter?).

Then i remembered that Sven was working on a platform trainer back in 2013 – does that exist now?
If it does, is there a tutorial anywhere?

If not is there any other GSA software, or 3rd party, that people can recommend?

I did waste a bit of time trying to write something myself with chrome headless but i would rather just pay for something that works and get on with the job in hand.

A quick note that i am not looking for a service like whitespark, Marketeers centre – i use them already but have a slightly blackhat idea brewing that will require a volume/cost ratio that only software can provide.

Cheers

How can I toggle display of individual items in a Show list?

I have several ListLinePlot features I’m overlaying on one image using Show. I’m using the Manipulate function to turn on one at a time, but I’d like to be able to use Manipulate to toggle the individual Show images on/off. Is there any way to create a Manipulate function that would allow this?

plotA = ListLinePlot[{{{-2000, 500}, {-10, 0}, {10, 0}, {2000, 1800}}}, PlotStyle -> Green, PlotRange -> {{-2000, 2000}, {-400, 4000}}, AspectRatio -> Automatic];  plotB = ListLinePlot[{{-800, 4000}, {-300, 200}, {0, 3000}, {300, 200}, {800, 4000}}, PlotRange -> {{-2000, 2000}, {-400, 4000}}, AspectRatio -> Automatic, PlotStyle -> Blue];  plotC = ListLinePlot[{{-1000, 3000}, {-600, 400}, {0, 1600}, {600, 400}, {1000, 3000}}, PlotRange -> {{-2000, 2000}, {-400, 4000}}, AspectRatio -> Automatic, PlotStyle -> Orange];  Show[plotA, plotB, plotC] 

Is there any way to have a Manipulate object that could toggle each of these on/off individually so one, two, all, or none would be displayed by the Show function?

This is the code I’ve been able to work with, but again, I can only show one plot at a time this way.

Manipulate[  Show[a], {{a, plotA, ""}, {plotA -> "plot a", plotB -> "plot b",     plotC -> "plot c"}}] 

What determines what type of spell casting focus I may use for a spell I obtained outside of my class spell list?

My intention for this is to understand if I took a Feat or obtained a spell not on my spell list for the class I have, May I use my focus for my class to cast the spell that isn’t on my class?

I’m sorry if the wording is clunky.

Example: 1st level High Elf Cleric, I choose the Fire Bolt Cantrip. May I use my Holy Symbol Cleric Focus to cast my high elf Cantrip?

Best way to indicate secondary list items within an expandable list will lead to a new screen? iOS mobile app

I’m designing a page with an accordion list (not a sidebar menu) in a financial iOS app. I’m trying show that eacg primary list item is expandable/collapsible (indicated by up-down chevrons), and that secondary items within each primary list item will lead to a new page (indicated by right chevrons).

This is what the list looks like collapsed: List Collapsed

And expanded:

List Expanded

Is having a mix of so many chevrons confusing and cluttered? What’s the clearest way to display this?

Showing multi list and drop down hierachy on page

We are dealing with Roles and assigning users to the Roles. Some of Roles which are Admin are not dependant on Context ( Environment – Production, Demo, Developement ), and some ( portal roles) are dependant on Context. So in the flow, we chose a Role and assign Users as below :

Flow : 1. User selects a role from left 2. Then selects a context 3. Select Users from Available users list and assign to Role

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Portal Role having single context

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Portal Role having multiple Contexts ,you can select from dropdown and then assign Users

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So any advice or suggestions to make it more understandable the flow to users? This was created by other designer and I have to modify it to make it better.

create a custom password list by crunch

i want to create a password list by crunch and then pass it to hashcat but first of all i have a custom password list and i want to add numbers to my characters in that passlist with crunch before pass it to hashcat, like there is a name on the list eg. paul,Bryan & … and then i want to add numbers like 12345… to the names to makes them

paul111

paul112

paul113

Bryan1234567890

Bryan1234567891

how can i add characters and etc to a passlist in crunch?

crunch 8 15 (passwordlist)+1234567890 | hashcat -m 16800 pmkid_1218.16800  

and who knows how to combine pass word lists with each other in example like : crunch 8 15 (names passwordlist) + (phone numbers list) | hashcat -m 16800 pmkid_1218.16800

Creating capacity graph for a list of flights?

I have a list of flights and for each flight, I have information like source, destination, flight capacity, arrival time, departure time. There are only 8 distinct values that are populated in the source and destination column. There are multiple flights between any two nodes, i.e. multiple flights from LAX to PHX and similarly multiple flights from PHX to other destinations. Now, I have to find the capacity of the whole network given our source is LAX and our destination is JFK. I am completely stuck on how to create a capacity graph or find the capacity of the whole network. Any idea or hint is greatly appreciated. Sample data