Say, for example, that a person is standing in an Antimagic Field when a disgruntled Druid decides to create a 5 mile radius freezing hailstorm via Control Weather.
Would that person be subject to the effects of the hailstorm? More specifically:
- What happens to the hailstones that enter the Antimagic Field?
- What localized weather effects does the person experience? Is the weather within the Antimagic Field somehow the hypothetical weather conditions that would have existed if Control Weather hadn’t been cast?
- Is the person subject to the effects of extreme cold like the rest of the people within the hailstorm?
I am researching on AI and its working. Whenever I try to search for AI algorithms, ML algorithms come up. Then, I read the differences between ML & AI. One of the key points mentioned was “AI is decision making” & “Machine learning is generating values and learn new things”.
I come up with a conclusion that ML allows us to take generate some sort of values and using AI we can make decisions with those values.
But I am confused with “The weather forecast” problem. Our machine learning model will directly generate the decision that will it rain or not? Is our ML model lies in the AI domain or I am wrong? Help me!
I have a wordpress site that runs Avada theme on siteground hosting. I have recently optimised all the images using shortpixel to improve pagespeed. What I am now finding is that the retina images are slowing my mobile pagespeed, and I cannot figure out how to stop the website serving them. I have tried deleting the retina (@2x) images from the server but they reappear. Does anyone know how to turn them off?
When digital technology did not exist, but humans are also a source of information and protecting non-digital devices is also a form of infosec, or not?
To go back in late 50s, that time Ford went or rather wanted to produce the nucleon, a pretty nice car droven by an nuclear engine(the mass heated by a uranium reactor in the back of the car. , according fandom.com the Ford Nucleon was never produced because that time it was not possible to create a reactor that small, what would be the risks if it was ever released on the wide market?
How could one protect the reactor enough so an accident can be prevented, in a situation where a driver of that car to transmit people from point A to point B?
In the Map-Reduce implementation, the reducers start when all mappers finish their jobs. Why don’t we stream the records from mappers to reducers while they are being processed instead? I think there are two reasons: (i) if we use streaming method, if a reducer fails, all the mappers have to recompute the map function because the results are lost; (ii) if we want to sort the keys in each partition, streaming will have bigger time complexity than waiting for mappers finish task and sort the key. Are these reasons correct and are there any reasons that they didn’t use streaming implementation?
When I run command asciiview image.jpg I’m able to view image in the terminal and quit browser using q key. I’ve tried different ways to redirect the output of the
asciiview image.jpg to the console output (stdout) or save in the file such as
asciiview image.jpg > ascii_art.txt or
asciiview -driver stdout image.jpg > ascii_art.txt but I didn’t get a result as I’m expecting. In the first case, I had to manually press Ctrl+C to get a proper image in the text file, in the second case I didn’t get anything meaningful that would resemble the picture. Have anyone ideas how I can save image produced by asciiview directly to file or display it in the console output without entering browser and having to press q key?
The objective for a (PowerShell) script is to take a tab delimited text file, remove the header row, change the delimiter to ‘+’, add a custom header record and add a summary (footer) row at the bottom of the file with a count of the number of data records. Lastly, the file extension needs to be replaced with a sequential number
When the raw file contains more than 1 row the result is as required, but when only one row (Header plus 1 data row), the output file is empty.
$ dir = "C:\Temp\Data" $ file = "rand1" $ sequencefile = "C:\temp\Sequential\DoNotDeleteSequence.txt" $ sequencenumber = (Get-Content $ sequencefile) $ newsequencenumber = ($ sequencenumber/1) + 1 Clear-Content $ sequencefile Add-Content $ sequencefile $ newsequencenumber $ backslash = "\" $ ext = ".txt" $ filename = $ dir + $ backslash + $ file + $ ext $ text = "TRAILER = " $ dateText = get-date -Format d $ Header1 = "HEADER=" $ Header2 = "+PSTG" $ HeaderText = $ Header1 + $ dateText + $ Header2 $ tempfile1 = "step1" $ tempfile2 = "step2" $ tempfile3 = "step3" $ tempfile4 = "step4" $ temppstg = "PSTG_NCDLPSTG." $ stepfile1 = $ dir + $ backslash + $ tempfile1 + $ ext $ stepfile2 = $ dir + $ backslash + $ tempfile2 + $ ext $ stepfile3 = $ dir + $ backslash + $ tempfile3 + $ ext $ stepfile4 = $ dir + $ backslash + $ tempfile4 + $ ext $ pstgfile = $ dir + $ backslash + $ temppstg + $ newsequencenumber (Get-Content $ filename).replace("+", '') | Set-Content $ stepfile1 (Get-Content $ stepfile1) | select -skip 1 | Set-Content $ stepfile2 Import-Csv $ stepfile2 -Delimiter "`t" | Export-Csv $ stepfile3 -Delimiter "+" -NoTypeInformation Set-Content $ stepfile4 $ HeaderText (Get-Content $ stepfile3).replace("""", '') | Add-Content $ stepfile4 $ records = Import-Csv $ stepfile4 | Measure-Object | Select-Object -expand count $ textToWrite = $ text + $ records Add-Content $ stepfile4 $ textToWrite Rename-Item $ stepfile4 $ pstgfile
I’ve created 2 test raw files;
C:\Temp\Data\rand1.txt containing; Header Row Record1 Data1
C:\Temp\Data\rand2.txt containing; Header Row Record1 Data1 Record2 Data2
When rand2.txt is passed through the code the result is;
HEADER=25/03/2019+PSTG Record1+Data1 Record2+Data2 TRAILER = 2
When rand1.txt is processed, the result is; HEADER=25/03/2019+PSTG TRAILER = 0
My CI/CD Jenkins pipeline produces java artifacts and docker images.
I would like to know what are the advantages or disadvantages of pushing artifacts to the repository as soon as they are produced or waiting for the last step of the pipeline.
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Scripting novice here.
I have created a script which can show you the ip address of the website which has been entered.
#! /bin/bash echo "Enter web address : " read address echo "Entered web address : $ address" nslookup "$ address"
Script in use:
Enter web address : google.com Server: 127.0.1.1 Address: 127.0.1.1#53 Non-authoritative answer: Name: google.com Address: 220.127.116.11
How would I then export that information into a text file?