Can a player split up attacks like they can movement?

I didn’t think so, but I’ve read a couple postings elsewhere that make me think otherwise.

Ex. A fighter with ‘Extra Attack’ from the PHB:

Beginning at 5th level, you can attack twice, instead of once, whenever you take the Attack action on your turn.

To me, both attacks would be during the same attack action, so the fighter could move 10′, attack twice, then keep moving, since you can split up movement.

But, could they move, attack once, let’s say the opponent goes down, then move to another opponent and use their second attack?

Is a split button valid without proper visual grouping

Split button is basically a button with a default action and several other actions which are shown in a drop-down menu.

While there’s no doubt in how it functions, the issue is with how the default-action and more-actions icon should be highlighted in UI.

I have created basic variations of split buttons in below codepen.

https://codepen.io/paulj05hua/full/PooayrP

In the above, both styles 1 & 2 are properly highlighted as a single group. But with style 3 user might mistake the more-actions arrow as separate button.

So the question is whether style 3 is valid or not ?

PS:

  • style 3 is used by Gmail in the mail list panel for selecting emails

    gmail-split-button-usage

    If this is considered valid, kindly state the reason.

  • There’s no mention of this type of component in material design ( material.io )

To Split or Not to Split: Should I split one website into multiple?

I have a website that's been around for over 13 years built on WordPress. Let's say it's about video games (it's not but it will serve as an analogy.) It's a news and reviews website – not a store or business. Revenue is all from ads. DA 61, for reference on age/size/popularity.

tl;dr: Is it OK to split an old website into multiple new ones (splitting off a new niche from the old general site), copy over the posts related to the new niche, and 301 redirect the old posts to the new…​

To Split or Not to Split: Should I split one website into multiple?

Split PDF with Multiple Page Ranges and Multiple Outputs

I need to split 1 PDF file into multiple PDFs, but using specific page ranges.

This CPDF command will split multiple page ranges, but merge them into 1 PDF file.

cpdf in.pdf 1-3,90-97,112-end -o out.pdf

I need a command that will carry out a similar function to the above command, but output each page range to its own PDF.

I’ve looked for solutions to this problem in the PDFTK and CPDF documentation, but haven’t found any help.

Is it faster to split a large table into 12 rolling monthly tables & use UNION them for reports or keep large table & delete rows older than 1 year?

My co-worker wants to split a large 158M row stats table into stats_jan, stats_feb, … and use UNION to select from them for reports. Is that standard practice and is it faster than to just use the large table in place and delete rows older than one year? The table is many small rows.

mysql> describe stats; +----------------+---------------------+------+-----+---------+----------------+ | Field          | Type                | Null | Key | Default | Extra          | +----------------+---------------------+------+-----+---------+----------------+ | id             | bigint(20) unsigned | NO   | PRI | NULL    | auto_increment | | badge_id       | bigint(20) unsigned | NO   | MUL | NULL    |                | | hit_date       | datetime            | YES  | MUL | NULL    |                | | hit_type       | tinyint(4)          | YES  |     | NULL    |                | | source_id      | bigint(20) unsigned | YES  | MUL | NULL    |                | | fingerprint_id | bigint(20) unsigned | YES  |     | NULL    |                | +----------------+---------------------+------+-----+---------+----------------+ 

I did manually split the table up and copy the rows into the appropriate month tables and created a giant UNION query. The large UNION query took 14s versus 4.5m for the single table query. Why would many smaller tables take a significantly shorter time than one large table, when it’s the same number of rows total?

create table stats_jan (...); create table stats_feb (...); ... create index stats_jan_hit_date_idx on stats_jan (hit_date); ... insert into stats_jan select * from stats where hit_date >= '2019-01-01' and hit_date < '2019-02-01'; ... delete from stats where hit_date < '2018-09-01'; ... 

The monthly tables have from 1.7M rows to 35M rows.

select host as `key`, count(*) as value from stats join sources on source_id = sources.id where hit_date >= '2019-08-21 19:43:19' and sources.host != 'NONE' group by source_id order by value desc limit 10; 4 min 30.39 sec  flush tables; reset query cache;  select host as `key`, count(*) as value from stats_jan join sources on source_id = sources.id where hit_date >= '2019-08-21 19:43:19' and sources.host != 'NONE' group by source_id UNION ... order by value desc limit 10; 14.16 sec 

AWK: split file and pipe output to other command

Consider this file:

#!/usr/bin/env bash cat > example_file.txt <<EOL |dms,wew,qwqw| |m|head1| |3,4,6|423|ew2,422.12,ged| |3e,2,23| |m|head1| |314,26|432|ew2d,11422.12,plk| |xw,12,2123| |23,d,213| |23,22q,2skl| |m|head1| |3sdd,126|543|klrs,98322,as02| |dljs,wqpw,2;a| |dllw,w1p,1q;a| EOL 

I would like to split it into chunks on the split line, which in this case is the string |m|head1|. As in this command:

awk '/^|m|head1||/ {OUT=substr($  0,2) ".fa"}; {print >> OUT; close(OUT)}' example_file.txt 

However, I would like the split files to be redirected to another awk command, as opposed to being written to disk. E.g. I’m trying to design a pipeline and the split is more in the middle than the end:

zcat example_file.txt.gz | awk '/^|m|head1||/ ????' | awk ...' 

(The question marks indicate the part I have not been able to do.)

Split a text string into two columns ms access 2013

Hello everyone and thank you very much for your support in this question. I have a table that has this structure and values Table: F_FAC Source table

The F_FAC table has two fields (in fact more, but these are the necessary ones), I need to convert the expiration field (VENFAC) into two fields by exporting the result into a new table called FAC_TEMP as follows: Table FACTEXP

How I need to organized data

What I mean is that I must divide the text string to create a record, place the code, the date in one column (EXPDATE) and the value in another (VALUE), create a new record with the code the second date and the second amount and so on, the challenge that I have not yet been able to achieve is to keep the unique identifier of each invoice (COD field) and the values ​​of the chain to be divided, taking into account that in the example, the invoice code No. 25 has one due date and the invoice with code No. 26 has three due dates (And there may be invoices with up to six due dates as I show)

I have tried using the following code, but the result does not work:

Public Sub ObtenerVencimientos()  Dim rs As DAO.Recordset Dim rs_out As DAO.Recordset Dim x As Long Dim ListaVence() As String      Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("SELECT CODFAC,VENFAC FROM F_FAC")     Set rs_out = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("FAC_TEMP")     With rs         Do             ListaVence = Split(!VENFAC, ";")             For x = LBound(ListaVence) To UBound(ListaVence)                 rs_out.AddNew                 rs_out!CODFAC = rs!CODFAC                 rs_out!VENFAC = ListaVence(x)                 [b]rs_out!VALUE = ' here I should place the amount[/b]                 rs_out.Update             Next x             .MoveNext         Loop Until .EOF     End With      rs_out.Close     Set rs_out = Nothing     rs.Close     Set rs = Nothing      MsgBox "Done"  End Sub 

The Wrong result I get is this:

Wrong result

Thanks for all the help you can give me!!!

Split de cadena con Regex manteniendo el delimitador

Tengo una cadena que me llega en JSON con unos datos como estos

{“name”:”AMD”,”history”:{“2019-09-05”:{“open”:”31.79″,”close”:”31.50″,”high”:”32.05″,”low”:”31.12″,”volume”:”57693493″},”2019-09-04″:{“open”:”31.32″,”close”:”30.95″,”high”:”31.83″,”low”:”30.85″,”volume”:”46709780″},”2019-09-03″:{“open”:”30.83″,”close”:”30.90″,”high”:”31.14″,”low”:”30.68″,”volume”:”38080254″}, … etc

usando

 string[] cotizacion = Regex.Split(cadena_url, @"\d{4}\-\d{2}\-\d{2}"); 

Me genera correctamente un elemento en el array cotizacion por cada dia, el problema es que el split elimina la fecha y a mi me interesa que se mantenga la fecha y la añada al array.

No consigo añadir la fecha al array.

Muchas gracias por la ayuda.