Fat Services Booking – Automated Booking and Online Scheduling

FAT Service Booking is WordPress plugin that provide you an automated booking and online scheduling of your services. It scans calendars for availability and extract free times. You control how customers can book the open time slots. FAT Service is made for large teams with easy control to your service, customer, calendar and your staff. You can track the appointments in calendar view. It provider monthly, weekly, daily and timeline view…

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file system – Does formatting with FAT on Windows 10 send TRIM to the SSD?

Sources seem hard to come by regarding Windows’ behavior regarding TRIM and formatting.

This now removed blog entry on msdn.com states that since Windows 7, TRIM is sent to the SSD when formatting to NTFS (emphasis mine):

In Windows 7, if an SSD reports it supports the Trim attribute of the ATA protocol’s Data Set Management command, the NTFS file system will request the ATA driver to issue the new operation to the device when files are deleted and it is safe to erase the SSD pages backing the files.

The Trim operation is fully integrated with partition- and volume-level commands like Format and Delete, with file system commands relating to truncate and compression, and with the System Restore (aka Volume Snapshot) feature.

Wikipedia is undecided on whether TRIM is even supported for FAT on Windows:

Sources disagree on whether TRIM support exists for other filesystems (than NTFS).

Is there any information on whether Windows 10 issues TRIM when formatting with FAT?

boot – How Does KetoGo Really Best Fat Burner For Women?

BHB is the human body’s first substrate known to order ketosis and have a major effect for it. Right when this happens, weight decrease is decided to happen at a faster rate, and various other clinical benefits will be passed on. At the point when BHB starts working at its most weak levels strangely, it controls the body to enter KetoGo and keep it on working through a comparative metabolic state for apparently for eternity. Extended levels of energy are being fit because the human animal likes to use fat as its essential fuel, whether or not it believes that its difficult to do as such in isolation. Furthermore, BHB is also a metabolic gas pedal. Almost everyone understands that people with a faster processing don’t have any issue concerning shedding pounds and keeping it off. A bit of various trimmings in KetoGo are said to smother the hankering while simultaneously giving a quieting response too. Nevertheless, what about we see these various trimmings and their benefits in the going with territory. Click here to the official website: http://ipsnews.net/business/2021/04/15/ketogo-nature-slim-reviews-price-latest-2021-shocking-truth-revealed/

mesh – CantorMesh for a fat cantor set

Does this do what you expect / want?

Do you want mesh objects to be generated?

I took and modified the code from this demonstration: https://demonstrations.wolfram.com/CantorSet/ .

I added the control gapFraction.

Manipulate(
 With({horizontalRange = 
    Which(c - E^r < 0, {0, Min(2 E^r, 1)}, 
     c + E^r > 1, {Max(1 - 2 E^r, 0), 1}, True, {c - E^r, c + E^r})}, 
  Graphics({Red, Antialiasing -> True, 
    Rectangle @@ {{#((1)), 0}, {#((2)), 1}} &(#) & /@ 
     Select(Nest(
       Flatten(({{#1((1)), #1((1)) + 
               gapFraction (#1((2)) - #1((1)))}, {#1((2)) - 
               gapFraction (#1((2)) - #1((1))), #1((2))}} &) /@ #1, 
         1) &, {{0, 1}}, n), 
      Last@Union({#((1)) < horizontalRange((2)), #((2)) > 
           horizontalRange((1))}) &)},
   PlotRange -> {horizontalRange, {0, 1}},
   AspectRatio -> Full, ImageSize -> {478, 200}, 
   Axes -> If(a, {True, False}, None), 
   Ticks -> 
    If(a, {Join(
       Nest(#((1 ;; -1 ;; 2)) &, 
        Flatten(Nest(
          Flatten(({{#1((1)), #1((1)) + 
                  gapFraction (#1((2)) - #1((1)))}, {#1((2)) - 
                  gapFraction (#1((2)) - #1((1))), #1((2))}} &) /@ #1,
             1) &, {{0, 1}}, n)), 
        If(# < 0, 0, #) &(
         Round(1/Log((Subtract @@ Reverse@horizontalRange/11)/(3^-n), 
            3)))), {{c, Invisible(1/6)}}), Automatic}, None))),
 {{gapFraction, 1/3, "gap fraction"}, 1./100, 1. - 1/100, 1./100},
 {{n, 5, "number of iterations"}, 0, 9, 1, Appearance -> "Labeled"},
 {{c, N(8/27), "pan"}, 0, 1, Appearance -> "Labeled"},
 {{r, -2/3, "zoom"}, -2/3, -10},
 {{a, True, "show number line"}, {True, False}}, 
 AutorunSequencing -> {{1, 10}, {2, 5}, {3, 5}})

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fit pc – How can you reduce belly fat and flatten your stomach?

It’s 80 percent diet and 20 percent exercise! What you’re taking in is just as important as the abs series. My all-time favorite tummy-flattening technique is the plank. You can do a moderated or full plank version and can add to the series by dropping your knees and tucking your foot to the side while still in a plank position. It’s important to use correct form so your knees are under your shoulders, your navel is toward your spine, and your neck is relaxed and elongated.

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macos – How do I get a single file that is 22GB onto a MS-DOS FAT 30GB memory stick?

You can use the split command-line utility. The split utility comes pre-installed in macOS (I have assumed you are using a Mac).

The split command-line utility lets you split a large file into smaller chunks which can be managed separately. The command lets you specify the size of a chunk and the input file is broken into the chunks of mentioned size with the last chunk equal to or less than the chunk size.

The chunks can at a later point be re-joined to restore the original file.

This command-line utility comes in handy in cases where you have restrictions on file size such as yours (or such as when wanting to email a larger file which is over the limit for the attachment size allowed in an email).

This is how you can use the split command to break the 22GB file in question into chunks smaller than 4GB each. On your Mac, launch Terminal.app, use the cd command to navigate to the directory where you have the original 22GB file and type the following command:

split -b 4000m "original_filename" "pattern_name."

where the original_filename is the name of the input file and pattern_name. would be the name used for chunks. The chunks would be generated as pattern_name.aa, pattern_name.ab, pattern_name.ac and so on. The output file chunks would be generated and saved in the current directory. Each chunk would be 4000m or 4000 megabytes in size, which is under 4GB. You can choose any other appropriate chunk size as well.

Now you can copy the individual chunks on the memory sticks as they are smaller than the allowed size for the filesystem.

At a later point, when you want to re-join the chunks, copy the chunks onto a filesystem which supports larger file size (such as other Mac, or the same Mac in future), and run the following command:

cat pattern_name.* > original_filename

where the original_filename is the name/path for the output file.

Additionally, if you’d also want to make sure that the integrity of the file is maintained, you can derive and verify with the MD5 checksum for the original and the re-joined file.

The MD5 checksum for a file can be obtained by running the following built-in macOS command:

md5 original_filename

which should give an output similar to the following:

MD5 (original_filename) = 00e47d9d1414d49ab5ab3eee653ed96b

The value for checksum should match before and after the split. The value of checksum shown above would differ in your case.

[ Politics ] Open Question : I heard that Melania Trump is counting down the days until January 20, 2021 so she could finally divorce Fat Donnie. isn't that so funny?

[ Politics ] Open Question : I heard that Melania Trump is counting down the days until January 20, 2021 so she could finally divorce Fat Donnie. isn't that so funny?

symfony4 – Reactivation of the symfony rest API for the fat PUT endpoint

Logic I have a solution request to request a new solution. I have an endpoint type PUT for the update solution with variable parameters that match the method
I would like to redesign this method, please.

/**
 * @Route("/{id}", name="solution_requests_update", methods={"PUT"}, defaults={"permission_needed": ROLE::PERMISSION_REQUEST_WRITE})
 * @param Request $request
 * @return JsonResponse
 */
public function update(
    string $id,
    Request $request,
    Security $security,
    StatesHandler $statesHandler
) : JsonResponse {

    $solutionRequest =  $this->em->getRepository(SolutionRequest::class)->find($id);
    $user = $security->getUser();
    if (!$solutionRequest) {
        throw new NotFoundHttpException(sprintf('this solution request not found for %s!', $id));
    }

    $scope = $this->productService->checkScope(
        $security->getUser(),
        $request->attributes->get('permission_needed')
    ) ?? '';
    // check permission
    $canEditSolutionRequest = $this->securitySolutionRequest->canEditSolutionRequest(
        $user,
        $scope,
        $solutionRequest
    );

    $data = json_decode($request->getContent(), true);

    if (!empty($data('evaluations'))) {
        $this->em->getRepository(SolutionRequestValidation::class)->update($data('evaluations'), $user);
        $solutionRequest->setListSolutionRequestValidation($solutionRequest->getListSolutionRequestValidation());
    }

    if (!empty($data('entities')) && $canEditSolutionRequest) {
        $solutionRequest = $this->em->getRepository(SolutionRequest::class)->updateEntityValues(($data('entities')), $solutionRequest);
    }

    if (!empty($data('solutions')) && $solutionRequest->getState() < SolutionRequest::EVALUATION && $canEditSolutionRequest) {
        $solutionsChecked = $this->solutionChecker->filterSolutionsExist($data('solutions'));
        $solutionRequest->setSolutionsId($solutionsChecked);
    }

    // extra parameter function
    $parametersFunction = (
        'setAppreciations' => (
            'user' => $user,
            'scope' => $scope
        )
    );
    if($canEditSolutionRequest)
        $solutionRequest = $this->mappingParameters($solutionRequest, $this->attributesMapping, $data, $parametersFunction);

    if( !$canEditSolutionRequest && $solutionRequest->getDomainManager()->getId() === $user->getId())
    {
        $solutionRequest = $this->mappingParameters($solutionRequest, ('appreciations' => 'setAppreciations'), $data, $parametersFunction);
    }

    $solutionRequest = $statesHandler->process($solutionRequest);
    $this->em->persist($solutionRequest);
    $this->em->flush();

    $solutionRequest =  $this->em->getRepository(SolutionRequest::class)->find($id);

    return JsonResponse::fromJsonString(
        $this->serializer->serialize(
            $solutionRequest,
            ('solution_request')
        ),
        Response::HTTP_OK
    );
}

Automatic assignment method in the controller

 /**
 * Automatic mapping
 *
 * @param SolutionRequest $solutionRequest
 * @param array $attributesMapping
 * @param array $data
 * @return SolutionRequest
 */
private function mappingParameters(
    SolutionRequest $solutionRequest,
    array $attributesMapping,
    ?array $data, 
    array $parametersFunction = ()
) : SolutionRequest
{
    if (empty($data)) {
        return $solutionRequest;
    }

    foreach ($data as $key => $value) {
        if (array_key_exists($key, $attributesMapping)) {
            $nameFunction = $attributesMapping($key);
            // inject extra prameters for this function
            if (array_key_exists($nameFunction, $parametersFunction)) {
                $solutionRequest->$nameFunction($value, $parametersFunction($nameFunction));
                continue;
            }
            $solutionRequest->$nameFunction($value);
        }
    }

    return $solutionRequest;
}

My parameters and method of updating

Method for automatic mapping in controller

 /**
 * Automatic mapping
 *
 * @param SolutionRequest $solutionRequest
 * @param array $attributesMapping
 * @param array $data
 * @return SolutionRequest
 */
private function mappingParameters(
    SolutionRequest $solutionRequest,
    array $attributesMapping,
    ?array $data, 
    array $parametersFunction = ()
) : SolutionRequest
{
    if (empty($data)) {
        return $solutionRequest;
    }

    foreach ($data as $key => $value) {
        if (array_key_exists($key, $attributesMapping)) {
            $nameFunction = $attributesMapping($key);
            // inject extra prameters for this function
            if (array_key_exists($nameFunction, $parametersFunction)) {
                $solutionRequest->$nameFunction($value, $parametersFunction($nameFunction));
                continue;
            }
            $solutionRequest->$nameFunction($value);
        }
    }

    return $solutionRequest;
}

My parameters and method of updating

   private $attributesMapping = (
    'appreciations' => 'setAppreciations',
    'softwareSearchInfo' => 'setSoftwareSearchInfo',
    'softwareNeedsInfo' => 'setSoftwareNeedsInfo',
    'intendedUsers' => 'setIntendedUsers',
    'intendedROI' => 'setIntendedROI',
    'impactLever' => 'setImpactLever',
    'costEstimation' => 'setCostEstimation',
    'costDriver' => 'setCostDriver',
    'furtherInfo' => 'setFurtherInfo'
);

How can I redesign this for better code? Thanks a lot