In What are the minimum sizes for transactions and blocks in Bitcoin?
The first transaction is set to be 65 bytes long, due to coinbase requirements. What about the second one ? That can be 61 bytes long ? Also, does each transaction carry a counter ? How is that added to the byte count.
I had a thought experiment that I was interested in formalising. I don’t have a maths background so apologies.
How can you calculate the possible population sizes for a given average of whole numbers?
Assuming that the number of significant digits is infinite, the population consists of whole numbers only and, for example, the average is exactly 0.9.
What I have worked out (and think is correct) is that for any population size, N, the decimal part of the output will be caused by a remainder going from 1/N to N-1/N. So the denominator of any fraction that reduces to 0.9 is in the set of possible populations and the minimum population size is therefore 10 i.e 9/10 going up to infinity
My question is how is this more formally worked out. Is there a name for all of the fractions that reduce to 0.9 or are they simply multiples of 0.9?
Are there any other tips or tricks I missed?
I would like to assign the size of an image in Google Slides. I don’t want to do it with the mouse because it is not letting me put the size I really want. I want to enter a number and that the software respects the number I enter, like in Microsoft Power Point. Is it possible? How?
-During project or release planning (before project starts) – During iteration planning (before iteration starts) – During the daily team meeting – Other(please specify) – Tasks can be selected at any time (during the iteration)
I wanna know the font size (or percent) of the OS with Swift? I know that by using dynamic types a label adjust itself, but I wanna know what percent is it, is it to the minimum, to the maximum, in the middle? Image Sample
What spells are affected by the size of the caster?
For context, I’m playing a kobold sorcerer in my D&D campaign, and have recently learned on Reddit that he cannot carry any of the medium-sized party members with Dimension Door or Thunderstep, since both spells are affected by the size of the caster:
You can also bring one willing creature of your size or smaller who is carrying gear up to its carrying capacity.
You can also teleport one willing creature of your size or smaller who is carrying gear up to its carrying capacity.
Although I’m mostly interested in sorcerer spells, I’m wondering if there’s a list of all spells affected by playing a small race.
I took home a new Samsung Galaxy S9 last weekend. As I usually do with new phones, I placed a bunch of my app shortcuts on the home screen, then grouped similar types of shortcuts together in “folders”. For example, the Music folder with 6 icons:
Unlike my previous phone (LG G5), these grouped shortcuts are barely legible because they’re so tiny. Is there any way to enlarge them (and thus also have less icon gridspace available per folder)?
I understand that the entrance pupil is the image of the aperture as seen from the front of the lens. However, is the size of the entrance pupil the same as the size of the effective aperture? In other words, if I measure the size of the entrance pupil by looking at it, will that be equivalent to the focal length of the lens divided by the f-number (with the focus set to infinity)? I know that sometimes this is hard to estimate because of the shape of the aperture blades, but I was wondering whether pupil and aperture can be quite different (perhaps at very low magnification).
This answer states that SegWit doesn’t reduce transaction size. If this is true, why is it cheaper to send a SegWit transaction?
Хочу попрактиковаться с валидацией бинов. Использую аннотацию @Size:
@Size(min = 22) String i; //... i = "3"; System.out.println(i);
Минимальная длина – 22 символа, я присваиваю значение длиной 1 символ, но почему то никакой ошибки не происходит. Правильно я понимаю, что аннотация должна вывести какую то ошибку?