In country drop down list example, do I have to repeat the chosen country in a a new title (indicated with a red arrow) or this will be considered as a duplication? what is the best practice in this case?

I have attached the example.

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## Drop down list chosen text duplication

## 8 – Users chosen from a field in a content type see only their result

## Views module doesn’t control content access

## Use Content access modules, Views will respect them

## worksheet function – Use Excel formula to highlight chosen value from first sheet on the second sheet if matches

## How do you add a CSS class if the default field value is chosen?

## algorithms – Sorting from independently chosen comparisons

## How to get the shipping and the amount chosen on the checkout page?

## beginner – How to know what dictionary has been chosen by my user on a simple python scoring system

## pr.probability – Can we calculate the probability that $f(x)$ is positive for a randomly chosen value of $xin(0,m)$ as $mtoinfty$? (uniform distribution)

## calculus – Is it expected this function to give the same proportions positive for a randomly chosen value of $x$ (regardless of the value of $a$)?

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In country drop down list example, do I have to repeat the chosen country in a a new title (indicated with a red arrow) or this will be considered as a duplication? what is the best practice in this case?

I have attached the example.

Views module respects the entities permissions set elsewhere in Drupal.

There are Permissions option available in Views but that only controls that particular Views Display global visibility, it doesn’t control the nodes/users visibility. You can set Views to be visible by a certain user role or some other permission, but it will only apply to that Views page/block, it will **not** apply to nodes that are listed in that Views results! Even if a user is restricted from viewing that Views, they will still be able to see the nodes listed in the Views if they visit the nodes through the individual nodes links.

To properly restrict access to content on your Drupal site you need to restrict it on the node level, not Views level. Once you have it sorted out on node level, Views will respect it, check access for each node and show only the result rows that the user has access to view. There is a way to turn of node access check in Views (under Advanced options) but that’s not recommended and it’s rarely used.

In your case you want to restrict access in a very granular way, to show content to only the user that is referenced from individual content item. You can do that with the help of additional module(s), you should research Access modules on drupal.org that relate to entity references.

Some of the ones I can suggest to test:

Is it possible to highlight chosen value from first sheet on the second sheet if matches?

For example, I click on the cell with the value “Map” on the first sheet, and Excel switches to the second sheet in the workbook and automatically place the cursor on the cell with the same value if there is a match.

How do you identify that the default taxonomy field choice has been chosen?

Solution consists of a taxonomy list. If the default is chosen the title in the display should be hidden.

Using views to display the list.

I want to sort a list of `n`

items from pairwise comparisons. Each round, I receive `k`

comparisons, one each from `k`

different “arbiters”.

The arbiters **cannot coordinate**, and must choose their comparisons independently from myself and each other. How should they choose their comparisons so that I can sort the list of items in as few rounds as possible?

A naive solution is that each arbiter independently runs quicksort, sending over the corresponding comparisons they make. Ultimately, I’d just be waiting for one arbiter to finish sorting, so this would take `O(n*log(n))`

rounds for me to sort the list, and I literally receive no benefit from having `k`

arbiter over just a single arbiter.

Another naive solution is each arbiter independently sends over random comparisons. This would result in a coupon collector problem, and would taken on average `O(n^2*log(n)/k)`

rounds for me to get the right comparisons to sort the list. But unless k is in `ω(n)`

, this run-time isn’t better than `O(n*log(n))`

.

Is there a better solution? Maybe one that uses `O(n*log(n)/k)`

rounds? (i.e. double the arbiters = half the rounds needed)

To be more concrete about the independence of arbiters: ideally, the arbiters would use symmetric randomized strategies. If that’s not possible, though, then I’ll allow the arbiters to have a strategy meeting **one time only at the start**.

Also, arbiters **have to send exactly the comparisons they make**. E.g. an arbiter **cannot** just sort the entire list themselves, and then send only the comparisons `(arr(i) < arr(i+1)) for i=0 to n-2`

. They have to send each comparison they make as they make it.

On the magento checkout page, there are several data-binds. And it makes it difficult to get the name of the freight that was selected by the customer. How can I do this ?

I’m currently trying to write a simpler code where it can allow its users to pick a team then join a team event like a team sports for the different teams I’ve used a dictionary to store the different player names and the event they joined. Here’s what I’ve done to for the dictionary

```
team1 = {"Team 1":("Martin","Kaz","Simba","Davis","Light"),"Score":(),"Event":()}
team2 = {"Team 2":("John"),"Score":(),"Event":()}
team3 = {"Team 3":("Kaz","Alex"),"Score":(),"Event":()}
team4 = {"Team 4":("Jack","Pliskin"),"Score":(),"Event":()}
```

I’m thinking of making a new def to let player pick the event they want their team to join in but the thing is I won’t know the team(dict) that my user joined in so I can append their chosen sport into their team(dict)

I could use if/else statments to make it but that is going to take ages and quite inefficient. Here’s my ideal output

```
What Team did you pick?: Team 1)
What sport would you like your team to join?: Basketball
team1("Event").append(chosen_sport)
print(team1)
{"Team 1":("Martin","Kaz","Simba","Davis","Light"),"Score":(),"Event":("Basketball)}
```

Any tips to make this happen while using simple looking code?

Following my previous question here, I have this function

$$f(x)=10+3 cos (2(b-a)x)+13 cos (2(a+b)x)+2 cos (3 a x)+17 cos (2 b x),$$

with $frac ab notin mathbb{Q}$.

Assuming that distribution is uniform over the interval, are we able to estimate the limit

$$ lim_{mtoinfty} frac 1m int_{0}^{m} Big( f(x)>0Big) ,dx?$$

In the case of these kinds of functions (even with more terms in the sum), what is the general rule to calculate the probability that $f(x)$ is positive for a randomly chosen value of $xin(0,m)$ as $mtoinfty$?

Any hints and comments are appreciated.

I have this function for $x>0$ with a constant $a$ (which $a>1$ and $aneq 2$)

$$f (x)=8 cos (x+a x)+19 cos (x-a x)+5 cos (2 x-a x)+8 cos (x-2 a x)\ qquadquadqquad+2 cos (2 x-2 a x)+19 cos (x)+2 cos (2x)+22 cos (a x)+8 cos (2 a x)+15 $$

Is it expected this function to give the same proportions positive for a randomly chosen value of $x$ regardless of the value of $a$?

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