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Woocommerce – Order info is empty on frontend?

I’m trying to create a page similar to the checkout page with all the customer, billing, and order information. As a last resort, I tried to retrieve the unique order link, but I had trouble with even that.

This is my current code, and the array shows up with empty fields.

<?php $  order = new WC_Order( $  order_id ); $  items = $  order->get_items(); foreach ( $  items as $  item ) {     $  product_name = $  item['name'];     $  product_id = $  item['product_id'];     $  product_variation_id = $  item['variation_id']; }  print_r($  order) ?> 

Empty array

Finding the last substring in lexicographical order in O(n) time


Given a string s, return the last substring of s in lexicographical order.

Example 1:

Input: “abab” Output: “bab” Explanation: The substrings are [“a”, “ab”, “aba”, “abab”, “b”, “ba”, “bab”]. The lexicographically maximum substring is “bab”.

More specifically, I am looking for an accompanying proof/intuition. I can find many solutions, but none provide a proof of their technique and I cannot convince myself.

source: https://leetcode.com/problems/last-substring-in-lexicographical-order/

Order of the Aster in Waterdeep?

I’m about to start running Dragon Heist, and one of my characters is part of the Order of the Aster. What is their presence in Waterdeep (circa 1492 DR)? Are they mainly part of the City Guard? I also just saw that the Spires of the Morning are a base for them, do they have any other bases in the city?

What order do stars get filled out in RTL locales?

I am implementing a star rating system for an app, which should support several RTL locales. RIght now, when the user hovers over a star, all stars to the left of it are filled in, like so:

★☆☆☆☆, for a one star rating;
★★☆☆☆, for a two star rating;
★★★☆☆, for a three star rating.

I looked at this question, which discusses which side to fill in stars for different text justifications, and the overwhelming consensus is to stick with LTR, where Evil Closet Monkey says that

Justifying text to the right does not alter my interaction/reading of that text. I still read it as I would a left-aligned block.

In an RTL locale, would I make something like

☆☆☆☆★
☆☆☆★★
☆☆★★★

for a one-, two-, and three-star rating, respectively?

How to change the order of properties in SharePoint Modern Document Library in Details Pane?

Is it possible to update the order of the properties in detail pane of SharePoint Modern Document Library?

Find below reference:

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I can re-order the columns in Views, but I want same order of columns into Detail Pane also.

How can I achieve that?

Any reference link will be most welcome.

Requesting files in paged order of name from SharePoint Library using pnp js

I am currently developing a web part that displays files in a document library in a table ordered by File name,

If this were a standard list I could use pnp js to OrderBy ‘Title’ but as the ‘Title’ field is null by default this is not possible without getting the full library contents that I can see.

I am currently using the list pnp js command to get items for the list associated with the library, then for each item using the .expand ‘File’ command to get the file name, this is fine for small libraries but will not scale very well.

Has anyone tried anything similar or have any other suggestions?

Requesting files in paged order of name from SharePoint Library using pnp js

I am currently developing a web part that displays files in a document library in a table ordered by File name,

If this were a standard list I could use pnp js to OrderBy ‘Title’ but as the ‘Title’ field is null by default this is not possible without getting the full library contents that I can see.

I am currently using the list pnp js command to get items for the list associated with the library, then for each item using the .expand ‘File’ command to get the file name, this is fine for small libraries but will not scale very well.

Has anyone tried anything similar or have any other suggestions?

Will launchpad build my PPA projects one at a time in the order I send them?

I’m managing a large PPA with about 100 packages found in about 20 projects.

https://launchpad.net/~snapcpp/+archive/ubuntu/ppa

Whenever I want to rebuild a project, I send it and wait for it to be built, then send the next one.

There is a priority (a very specific order) for me to build each package since most packages depend on others. I have an SVG file that my build system generates showing me the priority (and changes pretty often these days):

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What I’m wondering is whether I could send all the packages at once making sure that they get sent in the right order. Will launchpad build them one after the other? (i.e. if they were to decide to build them in parallel then it wouldn’t work.)