Apply DateObject to a whole list

I’m trying to apply DataObject to a whole list. It looks something like this.

{"6/03/2020", "10/03/2020", "10/03/2020", "12/03/2020", "12/03/2020", \ "13/03/2020",...} This list is called dF.

I tried to use Map

data3 = Map[DateObject[{"Day", "/", "Month", "/", "Year"}], dF] 

But gives out something like this:

{DateObject[{"Day", "/", "Month", "/", "Year"}]["6/03/2020"],  DateObject[{"Day", "/", "Month", "/", "Year"}]["10/03/2020"],..} 

Doing it individualy works just fine using part.

df1 = DateObject[{Part[dF, 1], {"Day", "/", "Month", "/", "Year"}}] 

So i resorted to using For and adding each of the elemts to an empty list. It worked but was way to slow (about 20 min of computing). The list has about 100k elements.

Is there a faster way to do this? I´m new to mathematica so any help would be appreciated.

Need advice on dropping whole party to 0 hp in dnd 5e [closed]

So I’m a new DM running the Lost Mine of Phandelver for the first time, and the party somehow all got dropped to 0 by the ruffians in the Tresandor Manor. They entered the manor through the tunnel that Carp found which leads to area 8. The whole party was level 2. After the battle with the nothic, they suffered some damage and pressed on to to area 10, where they somehow kept missing their attacks and kept taking damage from the drunk ruffians in there. The characters have all passed one death saving throw, so I assume they are considered unconscious. I’m not sure what to do at this point. Can someone give me ideas?

Doesn’t installing a TOTP client on your primary PC undermine the whole point of 2FA? [duplicate]

Authy is a popular cross-platform TOTP application that supports syncing keys across devices. I have been a little confused by the idea of having a desktop client… This way if someone accesses my primary PC they’d find all my passwords saved in my browsers, and would have access to my TOTP keys as well…

Doesn’t installing a TOTP client on your primary PC undermine the whole point of 2FA?

Does casting a spell with a long casting time require the target to stay in range and line of sight the whole time?

When casting a spell with a casting time greater than an action, do range and line of sight need to be maintained for the entire time?

For instance, does a cleric casting Prayer of Healing need the targets to be within 30 ft. and in line of sight for just the start of the spell, just the end or for the entire casting time.

Certain spells, such as Identify or Planar Binding, explicitly mention needing to stay within range for the casting time. Other spells like Magic Circle only imply you stay in range since the casting time represent drawing out the circle.

I’m fairly confident that one does indeed, need to stay in range at least. This line suggests that before a spell is cast, it remains limited by its range:

Once a spell is cast, its effects aren’t limited by its range, unless the spell’s description says otherwise.

I haven’t found a rule requiring that one maintains line of sight.

The situation that this question arose from had an uncontrolled celestial being summoned into a magic circle. The wizard began to cast Planar Binding on it and realized that they could simply step into another room while they completed the spell, which seemed to trivialize what might otherwise be a very challenging task.

MySQL table export – where clause that ignores empty rows Vs getting whole table, which would be faster?

I’m using MySQLWorkbench to export a large table from a database into a CSV. This is what the data in the table is like:

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All the rows in the table have values for date, code1, string1, code2 and string2. But, the majority of a, b and c are empty. The command I’m using for getting this data right now is:

select * from table where code1 = '0001'; 

Given that a, b and c are empty for most rows, I could also do:

select * from table where code1 = '0001' and a <> ''; 

Which of the two do you think would export this table more quickly?

Edit: I don’t care about the rows where a, b and c are empty.

Is it possible to scan the whole IP range to find a domain behind the CDN?

I am very curious if it is possible to find the real IP address of a domain “protected” by a CDN service.

For example, www.cnn.com uses Fastly service, and the domain name only resolves to a Fastly edge server’s IP. If I scan the whole 4 billion IP range, sending HTTP GET request with header Host: www.cnn.com, how possible it will be that I can find the real IP of cnn’s origin server?

[ Insurance ] Open Question : If parents take out whole life insurance on their kids, then die first, shouldn’t someone get some cash back for the years of payments made?

The cover page says each child was insured for $ 5K, ‘whole life paid up at age 65’ with number of years payable at 54 (for the child that was 11 when the policy started) with annual premiums of $ 53.30. Isn’t the purpose of ‘whole life’ policies that it’s like an investment? Parents are most likely to die first, so of course their payments would stop before the kids ever reach 65. Is the policy worthless when payments stop? This seems like a bad, ill-advised deal if no one gets money back.   It doesn’t make sense to me that any LONG TERM policy should cancel just because a person was unable to make payments for a temporary period of time, like after getting laid off from work, disabled, death of a spouse, etc. It would be no wonder insurance companies make so much money if they get to keep all the money they taken in for many years from people who will never file a claim before they stop making payments for whatever reason.  

Should I make one request for the whole web site or separated requests, which is better

Hi guys,
I've just learned that you can make just one request to the server for the whole website like a trick below:

<!doctype html><html lang="en"> #Head     #CSSfile    <body> #Navigation_main #MainContainer #Footer #JSfile </body></html>
Code (markup):

In this case, I send just one request for a simple html file to the server.
At the server, I replace a hastag like #Footer with block of code like something below:

<div id="footer">     Footer Stuffs <div>
Code (markup):

Now, I was wondering…

Should I make one request for the whole web site or separated requests, which is better