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sharepoint online – How to install SharePointOnline.CSOM when module resides in the Documents/windowspowershell/Modules folder?

I have found a powershell script that i want to try out. The script makes a connection to my Sharepoint tenant using the module “SharePointOnline.CSOM”. So i have put the module in the Documents/windowspowershell/Modules folder. But I getting an error at line:

Add-Type -Path "C:Program FilesCommon Filesmicrosoft sharedWeb Server Extensions16ISAPIMicrosoft.SharePoint.Client.dll"
Add-Type -Path "C:Program FilesCommon Filesmicrosoft sharedWeb Server Extensions16ISAPIMicrosoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll"

What can i do about this?

Greetings. Peter

postgresql – Like operator in multiple search query

I’m facing a problem I can’t get over 🙁

I have the following query that I did hard looking on this site:

SELECT
                    *
                FROM
                    renns
                WHERE
                    (
                        to_tsvector('english', coalesce(numar_admin, '')) || 
                        to_tsvector('english', coalesce(nume_strada, '')) || 
                        to_tsvector('english', coalesce(nume_prenume, ''))|| 
                        to_tsvector('english', coalesce(bloc, '')) ||
                        to_tsvector('english', coalesce(apartament, '')) 
                    ) @@ plainto_tsquery('english', '$q')

Now what would I like to do?
It works at the moment if for example I write in the variable $ q all the text that appears in one of the columns present in the query

for example: cherry == cherry

I would like to return results when I write only:

for example : cher NOT EGAL cherry

and return all fields in which it finds this expression: cher

P.S.: Somehow to look for me among them with the LIKE operator

Thank you very much in advance for the answers!

Accessing columns of a matrix or row vector using the same syntax

Let’s say I wish to retrieve the ith column of a matrix A.
I can do that using the following syntax;

A((All, i))

My problem is that sometimes A is in fact a 1 x n matrix, i.e. a row vector, in which case the above syntax will fail with a Part error message saying the depth of A is insufficient.

Other than writing additional code trapping the case where A is a vector (in which case I just use A((i))), is there some simple alternative syntax which I could use that is agnostic between whether A is a vector or a matrix?

thanks

Add direct link to email beside button

When I am creating HTML email with call to action button, should I add direct URL for copy/paste to address bar beside clickable button? Is there any reason to use this “fallback” in 2021?

Example:

Hi, please click button below to visit our site.

[clickable button]

If you have any trouble, copy this URL:

https://example.com/some/url?with=variousParameters

dnd 3.5e – What’s the initiator level of a Paladin (7)/Crusader(2)?

Your initiator level is 5.

Every class apart from your martial adept class counts as half for your initiator level as you mentioned. But how to divide the odd numbers? Rounding it down.

Tome of Battle, pg. 39:

For example, a 7th-level crusader/5th-level swordsage has an initiator
level of 9th for determining the highestlevel maneuvers he can take as
a crusader. As a result, he can take 5th-level crusader maneuvers. As
a swordsage, his initiator level is 8th, allowing him to take
4th-level swordsage maneuvers.

As you can see, both of the different classes in the example are odd and they are rounded down (like basically everything else on D&D 3.5) to determine each class initiator level.