Writing Prompts Collection Pack for $1

Writing Prompts Collection Pack

These are a collection of writing prompts that are perfect for Work on Writing time or other times throughout the day. 

Grade Levels: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd 

Resource Type: Worksheets, Activities, Printables 

File Type: PDF (1 MB|23 pages)


Linux bash – handling command lines that require multiple prompts

I'm trying to create a bash script that creates an encrypted one .tar.gz one directory and saves it in another directory.

The command I want to use is:

tar -czf - myDirectory/* | openssl enc -e -aes256 -out outputDirectory/secured.tar.gz

The problem is that this command requires a password to be entered twice:

enter aes-256-cbc encryption password:
Verifying - enter aes-256-cbc encryption password:

I tried this:

set pass "abcde"

tar -czf - myDirectory/* | openssl enc -e -aes256 -out outputDirectory/secured.tar.gz

expect "es-256-cbc encryption password:"
send "$pass"
expect "Verifying - enter aes-256-cbc encryption password:"
send "$pass"

without success.

How do I supply these two passwords in a bash script?

Ease of use – Are there any guidelines or best practices for notifications or prompts to use your app?

I've even seen this in professional high-end 3D applications where you always see messages, notifications, or prompts on how to do the most basic tasks, e.g. B. Select things, change values, navigate your 3D viewport, etc.

I've seen apps where this message is statically displayed where it is on the screen. So it's not that distracting, but some apps flash you on and off with these messages. I find that they draw my attention as my eye moves on what is changing on the screen or I have to mentally block it which takes mental energy.

I understand that this may be good for beginners in the first few weeks, but after you know this, isn't this a negative feature for the app that will be imposed on experienced users in the coming years?

Are there guidelines for such things? At least some practice to have the option to turn it off?

After you know an app, you should be reminded how to do these basic tasks. They are only removed from the actual task.

What do you think?

dnd 5e – How do I create a Roll20 macro that once prompts the user for a storage type and then outputs the save as if you had clicked on the drawing page?

You can't make it a macro, but it works if you save it as an ability

&{template:simple} ?{Save|STR, {{rname=Strength}} {{mod=@{selected|strength_save_bonus}}} {{r1=((1d20+@{selected|strength_save_bonus}))}} {{r2=((1d20+@{selected|strength_save_bonus}))}}{{always=1}}|DEX, {{rname=Dexterity}} {{mod=@{selected|dexterity_save_bonus}}} {{r1=((1d20+@{selected|dexterity_save_bonus}))}} {{r2=((1d20+@{selected|dexterity_save_bonus}))}} {{always=1}}|CON, {{rname=Constitution}} {{mod=@{selected|constitution_save_bonus}}} {{r1=((1d20+@{selected|constitution_save_bonus}))}} {{r2=((1d20+@{selected|constitution_save_bonus}))}}{{always=1}}|INT, {{rname=Intelligence}} {{mod=@{selected|intelligence_save_bonus}}} {{r1=((1d20+@{selected|intelligence_save_bonus}))}} {{r2=((1d20+@{selected|intelligence_save_bonus}))}} {{always=1}}|WIS, {{rname=Wisdom}} {{mod=@{selected|wisdom_save_bonus}}} {{r1=((1d20+@{selected|wisdom_save_bonus}))}} {{r2=((1d20+@{selected|wisdom_save_bonus}))}} {{always=1}}|CHA, {{rname=Charisma}} {{mod=@{selected|charisma_save_bonus}}} {{r1=((1d20+@{selected|charisma_save_bonus}))}} {{r2=((1d20+@{selected|charisma_save_bonus}))}}{{always=1}}} {{charname=@{selected|token_name}}}

It prompts the user for the storage type and then stores the selected type for the currently selected token. It is then output in the same format as if you had rolled it straight out of the drawing sheet.

It must be saved as an ability (on a character sheet under the "Attributes & Abilities" tab) and not as a global macro. If you save it as a global macro, every instance of } (the HTML replacement for } ) is converted back and breaks the whole thing.

git – Pushing to Github prompts for a wrong URL password

I'm not sure what that did exactly, but now if I try to push, I get

Password for 'https://--global@github.com': 

facing the problem of url now --global in what is wrong i had executed this command:

git config --global credential.helper store
git config credential.username "dsmith"
git config credential.user --global "dsmith"
git config credential.email --global "dsmith@gmail.com"

So that must have screwed everything up. I want to fix that, I don't know how. I have no idea how this messed up the github url and put it in – global. I thought the above commands were legitimate.

At least I set it up again so that I use the oskeychain as a helper

git config --global credential.helper osxkeychain

automount – The unmounted volume prompts for a password when logging on

I edited that /etc/fstab not automount when logging in any of the volumes on my partition (the one that is not booting).
The volume is encrypted. So, while logging in, even though it will not be automounted, BUT still asks for the password. If I enter the password, it will not be included as expected.
The problem is how not to ask for the password when logging in?

Java – Ask my code user for input. It prompts for input until the user enters the input that represents the sum of all previous inputs

"My code prompts the user for input and prompts for input until the user types in the input that represents the sum of all previous inputs, and then prints out the number of trials."

   import java.util.Scanner;
               public class untilNext{
               public static void main(String() args){
                 Scanner kbd = new Scanner(System.in);

                 int num;
                 int sum = 0;
                 int count = 0;

                    System.out.print("Enter an int: ");
                    num = kbd.nextInt();
                    count = count + num + 1;
                    sum = sum + num;
                 while(sum >= num);
                 System.out.println("This is your total sum: " + sum);
                 System.out.print("It took you " + count + " tries ");