Features – How can I consolidate mapping code between different list layers?

I have a list with the following structure:

uf = {{{<<9>>}, {<<11>>}, {<<8>>}, {<<7>>}, {<<9>>}},
{{<<6>>}, {<<10>>}, {<<11>>}, {<<10>>}, {<<12>>}, {<<7>>}, {<<10>>}}, 
{{<<3>>}, {<<9>>}, {<<5>>}, {<<10>>}, {<<17>>}, {<<16>>}, {<<6>>}}}

How can I summarize the following code in a single mapping?

counties[#, mesoMG1] & /@ uf[[1]];
counties[#, mesoMG2] & /@ uf[[2]];
counties[#, mesoSP] & /@ uf[[3]];

I have tried a combination of Map & # 39; s, MapThreads with Outer & # 39; s, etc., but can not crack it. Can someone help please?
Thank you in advance,

Thad

Features – Automatically update Woocommerce products after 10 minutes when published via the frontend

Is there a function as can To update A Woocommerce product in 10 minutes after this it is published by the frontend?

I'm asking because I'm using Rh Frontend Publish Pro so users can submit products to my website at woocommerce. The problem Is that that Filter products by price widget from woocommerce do not pick up the products price and assumes that it empty or empty when subscribers submit products through frontend publishing. I have to enter as an admin and just click To update Product on woocommerce, then filter the products by price works perfect,

This means that I have to update every product that publishes a subscription, because I have determined that every post is immediate and very impractical.

Any help will be valued

Numeric Integration – Customize data with integration-related features

I try to insert experimental data into a data file using the function given below, but I can not find the best match. The constant value is A = 6.26 and B = 0.0041684

({{0, 0,01172}, {0,001, 6,23548}, {0,002, 8,3244}, {0,003,
9,2106}, {0,004, 9,37318}, {0,005, 9,9102}, {0,006,
10,1176}, {0,007, 10,3073}, {0,008, 10,6963}, {0,009,
10,874}, {0.01, 11.034}, {0.011, 11.0045}, {0.012, 11.2776}, {0.013,
11,305}, {0.014, 11.4793}, {0.015, 11.6099}, {0.016,
11.691}, {0.017, 11.718}, {0.018, 12.0219}, {0.019, 11.8255}, {0.02,
12.0732}, {0.021, 12.0837}, {0.022, 12.1648}, {0.023,
12.074}, {0.024, 12.2191}, {0.025, 12.3367}, {0.026,
12.5222}, {0.027, 12.5023}, {0.028, 12.536}, {0.029,
12.5234}, {0.03, 12.5596}, {0.031, 12.8146}, {0.032,
12.9112}, {0.033, 12.7478}, {0.034, 12.825}, {0.035,
12.8779}, {0.036, 12.8668}, {0.037, 12.9696}, {0.038,
12.8714}, {0.039, 13.0408}, {0.04, 13.1484}, {0.041,
13.1499}, {0.042, 13.1902}, {0.043, 13.2082}, {0.044,
13.0781}, {0.045, 13.255}, {0.046, 13.1519}, {0.047,
13.3301}, {0.048, 13.3384}, {0.049, 13.2736}, {0.05
13,3463}, {0.051, 13.3512}, {0.052, 13.4537}, {0.053,
13.4734}, {0.054, 13.4174}, {0.055, 13.4653}, {0.056,
13.7339}, {0.057, 13.5058}, {0.058, 13.6605}, {0.059,
13.6965}, {0.06, 13.5999}, {0.061, 13.7753}, {0.062,
13.6785}, {0.063, 13.9492}, {0.064, 13.8257}, {0.065,
13.9978}, {0.066, 13.9168}, {0.067, 14.0393}, {0.068,
13.9264}, {0.069, 13.8798}, {0.07, 14.0839}, {0.071,
14.0549}, {0.072, 13.9781}, {0.073, 13.9947}, {0.074,
13,9951}, {0.075, 14.0768}, {0.076, 14.1712}, {0.077,
13.9664}, {0.078, 14.1032}, {0.079, 14.2659}, {0.08,
14,1357}, {0,081, 14,2042}, {0,082, 14,2916}, {0,083,
14.2316}, {0.084, 14.3284}, {0.085, 14.1925}, {0.086,
14.3797}, {0.087, 14.1594}, {0.088, 14.2352}, {0.089,
14.2466}, {0.09, 14.2859}, {0.091, 14.233}, {0.092,
14.3774}, {0.093, 14.4911}, {0.094, 14.5253}, {0.095,
14.2847}, {0.096, 14.4617}, {0.097, 14.3361}, {0.098,
14.4019}, {0.099, 14.3737}, {0.1, 14.351}, {0.101, 14.4912}, {0.102,
14.4534}, {0.103, 14.6539}, {0.104, 14.6208}, {0.105,
14.4896}, {0.106, 14.6649}, {0.107, 14.5448}, {0.108,
14.5012}, {0.109, 14.6028}, {0.11, 14.608}, {0.111,
14.5389}, {0.112, 14.6703}, {0.113, 14.5858}, {0.114,
14.7303}, {0.115, 14.6637}, {0.116, 14.831}, {0.117,
14.7325}, {0.118, 14.8648}, {0.119, 14.8289}, {0.12,
14,9094}, {0,121, 14,855}, {0,122, 14,9639}, {0,123,
14.9003}, {0.124, 14.813}, {0.125, 14.9014}, {0.126,
14.8026}, {0.127, 14.81}, {0.128, 15.0311}, {0.129, 14.8367}, {0.13,
15.0784}, {0.131, 14.8689}, {0.132, 14.9648}, {0.133,
14.9325}, {0.134, 14.9264}, {0.135, 14.9104}, {0.136,
14.9641}, {0.137, 14.915}, {0.138, 14.9932}, {0.139,
15.1191}, {0.14, 15.1196}, {0.141, 15.0484}, {0.142,
15.1241}, {0.143, 15.0201}, {0.144, 15.0168}, {0.145,
15.0083}, {0.146, 15.1844}, {0.147, 15.2427}, {0.148, 15.1382}}
)

   (Gamma)1 = 72*10^-3; d = 1.0*10^3; g = 9.8; w = 175*10^-6;
 lc = Sqrt((Gamma)1/(g*d)); B = (w/lc)^2; c = 
  3*10^8; n1 = 1; n2 = 1.33;
  P1 = ((4*3)/(c*Pi*w^2))*(n1)*((n2 - n1)/(n2 + n1));
 cd((az_)?NumericQ, (t_)?NumericQ) := 
  1*10^9*P1*w^2/(4*(Gamma)1)*
  Quiet(NIntegrate(
 Exp(-(x^2)/8)*(1/(
   1 + B/x^2))*(1 - Exp(-(t/az)*x (1 + B/x^2)/(1 + B)))/x, {x, 0, 
  10}));
  fit3 = NonlinearModelFit(data, {cd(az, t), az > 0}, az, t)
  Show(DiscretePlot(fit3(t), {t, 0, .15, .005}, PlotRange -> All, 
  Frame -> True, ImageSize -> 560, PlotStyle -> Red, 
  PlotRange -> All), 
 ListLinePlot(d5r, PlotStyle -> Blue, Frame -> True, 
  PlotRange -> All))

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javascript – How should I redesign this code to prevent features from being used before they are defined?

I receive this error
'subscribe' was used before it was defined.eslint(no-use-before-define) Here:

    const { values, handleChange, handleSubmit } = useForm(subscribe);

    function subscribe() {
        axios.post(fAction, values, {headers: {'Accept': 'application/json'}} )
        .then((response) => {
            document.querySelector('#js-response-newsletter-message > p').innerText = response.data.message;
        });
    }

How should this be done?

I tried to switch function With const However, I will have the same problem as I use value inside subscribe ().

useForm() is used from another file and called after submitting a form (callback () -> subscribe ()):

  const handleSubmit = (event) => {
    if (event) event.preventDefault();
    if (values.email !== undefined && values.email !== '') {
      callback(event);
    }
  };

Special Features – Which Rows Does Mathematica Use for Hypergeometric1F1?

I try to find an analytical expression for

Hypergeometric1F1[-a, 1/2, X]

Provided a is an integer. I tried to add this assumption:

Simplify[Hypergeometric1F1[-a, 1/2, X], Assumptions -> Element[a, Integers]]

It does not matter. If I take something in particular aHowever, an answer is returned immediately, so there is definitely some kind of explicit row.

Hypergeometric1F1[1/2 - a/2, 3/2, -X] /. a -> 9

$ 1 + frac {8X} {3} + frac {8X ^ 2} {5} + frac {32X ^ 3} {105} + frac {16X ^ 4} {945} $

How do I find the formula that Mathematica uses to create this answer?

I can find similar situations like Gamma[1/2 + a] if Mathematica uses the expression, but I do not know how to reveal it. I can certainly use maths for Gamma, but Hypergeometric1F1 is harder to find. Besides, why look for something if it already exists in the system?

Features – How to Fix the Mail Issue wp_mail ()

To fix the e-mail problem with wp_mail (). The hosting of one.com is very bad at this problem. I asked more than four of them for help, but nobody gave me the answer. I have just installed the WordPress in my domain http://albadrbakelser.se. Everything is new, but I do not get this message when I use the wp_mail () function. EX, if I forgot my password.

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The problem is that I had a WordPress installation in this subdomain: http://wordpress.albadrbakelser.se. That's where the email worked, and I thought it was time to start over in the main domain. I deleted the subdomain and everything and started a new WordPress in the main domain, but the e-mail did not work. So I deleted the WordPress from the main domain and restarted it for the second time in the main domain, but the problem is still there. I find the solution in WordPress StackExchange, so why I'm asking you.

Features – WordPress Next / Previous post in the same category does not work

I am using the following code to get the next / previous link in the same category

It worked fine in localhost, but it does not work well on my cpanel host
Following code: First retrieve the current ID post and the current category and then reserve the post by date

I have been posting articles regularly in WordPress.

I have 20 posts and want to show the Next / Previous button in all 20 posts, but only in 4 posts

    ID; // current post id
    $cat = get_the_category(); 
    $current_cat_id = $cat(0)->cat_ID; // current category id

    $args = array('category'=>$current_cat_id,'orderby'=>'post_date','order'=> 'DESC');
    $posts = get_posts($args);
    // get ids of posts retrieved from get_posts
    $ids = array();
    foreach ($posts as $thepost) {
        $ids() = $thepost->ID;
    }
    // get and echo previous and next post in the same category
    $thisindex = array_search($post->ID, $ids);
    $previd = $ids($thisindex-1);
    $nextid = $ids($thisindex+1);

    if (!empty($previd)){
    ?>
    
    
    NextLink
    

Does Gmail Exchange Sync offer more features than IMAP sync?

I understand that it's possible to configure a Gmail account to synchronize with your email client, not with IMAP, but with Microsoft Exchange.

The iPhone Mail client supports both IMAP and Microsoft Exchange as the sync method.

My question is: is Exchange-based synchronization better in several ways?

All I know is that Exchange-based sync supports a real push notification that tells the iPhone when a new message arrives, so it's always in sync. The app is only accessed regularly.

Are there other important differences in terms of functionality, stability, speed, etc.?