How to Filter More than 10 Criteria Using Calculated Fields

Sorry but I’m not too familiar with SharePoint so hopefully my terminology is correct. From our Document Library we are trying to create two separate Lists, that will display various documents. These two Lists will each have 4 Subjects with various sub-Categories (no more than 3). I thought I found a solution by modifying the view of the page and using the Filter option. The problem was that I needed a few more lines of Filters. I did find this post that sounds like Option 1 of ECM4D’s answer would suit our needs:

“1. Simplify your filter query with calculated fields. When you have complex queries it is good practice to create calculated columns with formula which has some boolean logic of the view and returns TRUE or FALSE results, and then you can create views using these calculated column(s). This technique is highly recommended because can help you to strongly simplify your queries and improve performance.”

Can someone provide a few more details or an example of how this would be done? Or point me in the right direction? Thanks! 🙂

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Why EEE, (comma) rather than EEE. (period) in date formats with unabbreviated months?

This is a completely personal quest, but I’m really wondering why the standard abbreviated Day format is EEE, even when the month isn’t abbreviated?

I personally think that EEE. looks aesthetically nicer, and doesn’t create any barriers to reading the date.

So I’m just wondering how this happened and hoping to hear from some folks that feel very strongly about it 🙂

so Mon. January 1st, 2019 vs Mon, January 1st, 2019

Can we allow the comment section inside the “Discussion Board” list to show more than 20 replies

We have added a Discussion Board list to our sharepoint online classic team site. enter image description here

Currently when we click on a discussion item, the main view for each discussion will show maximum of 20 replies, and then it will show a paging link as follow:-

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but most users miss this paging and think that the discussion only contain 20 replies. so can i expand the replies section to show more than 20? using the UI or using PnP script to?

How do we determine whether a heuristic is better than another in A* search Algorithm?

I am trying to solve a Maze puzzle using the A* algorithm. I am trying to analyze the algorithm based on different applicable heuristics.

Currently, I explored Manhattan and Euclidean distances. Which other heuristics are available? How do we compare them? How do we know whether a heuristic is better than another?

Generate all combinations of values that are less than array’s elements and have a sum = target

I want to find a way to generate sets that contain elements that sum to a certain target. Initially, I have an array that contains elements representing the maximum value that can be stored in that index.

For example, the input is [8,6,1] and the target is 10. The algorithm should produce all sets that have elements [ (<=8), (<=6), (<=1) ] such that their sum is equal to 10. Examples include: [8,1,1], [8,2,0], [7,3,0], …

A major consideration for this algorithm is that it should work on any input length (the above example has a length of 3).

I think the solution is close to the subset sum problem, but I wasn’t able to figure it out. Any help is appreciated.

Side note: python code is preferred, but Pseudo-code should be fine.

Thanks

Algorithm to find a simple path with maximum weight less than a constant in DAG

Given a weighted directed acyclic graph $ G=(V,E,W)$ , where the weights are non-negative and are on the vertices. I am searching for a simple path of maximum total weight, but this total weight should not exceed a given constant $ K$ .

Perhaps my question is elementary but I cannot find any solution. Indeed, it is well known that finding a simple path with maximum weight in $ G$ is polynomial, but by adding the fact that this total weight should not exceed a given constant $ K$ , will the problem remain polynomial? because we need to keep at each node the set of path lengths that can be reached by the next vertices.