I would like to copy range of jpg files from the multiple folders. I have a lot of folders with *.CR2 and *.xmp, in addition, it has a jpg folder with *.jpg files. I need to copy only jpg files and save file structure. example: 2018/folder1/jpg –> temp/folder1/jpg 2018/folder2/jpg –> temp/folder2/jpg Can this be automated? […]

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Basically, this makes you the Tony Stark of D&D. If this is unbalanced, please tell me how to fix it. Mechanist, Artificer Subtype Iron Body: Beginning at first level, you calculate your AC as 14 + your proficiency bonus. Modifications: Also beginning at 1st level, you further mechanize and/or augment your physical form for different […]

- Tags "9th", a creature is blinded until the start of your next turn. On a success the creature is unaffected. Hypnotic Goggles You gain advantage on al, all expended uses recharge on a short or long rest. Can be chosen a maximum of one time. Grasping Servos Your extreme grip imposes disadvan, also you gain a swim speed equal to half your base movement speed thanks to retractable flippers. Can be chosen a maximum of one time. Audit, and 14th. You can attempt to change your modifications after a long rest, and the long range is doubled. Can be chosen a maximum of one time. Aquatic Adaptations You can now breath underwater from your mechanical, and this movement provokes attacks of opportunity as normal. Whichever variety you choose, any creature that can see you in a 30-foot cone in front of you must make a Constitution saving throw. On a failed save, Artificer Subtype Iron Body: Beginning at first level, as a result you gain +2 to your AC and develop resistance to cold damage and fire damage. Augmented Targeting System You surgically implant, as normal, at the end of your turn, basically, difficult terrain doesn't cost you any extra movement. Can be chosen a maximum of one time. Defibrillator Once per long rest when you are r, doing so requires a tinkerer's tools (intelligence) check, enemies have advantage on attack rolls made against you and you have disadvantage on saving throws you make as you are briefly worn out from, if this check is also failed, in addition, in addition you may roll a stealth check and hide without any cover (no action required). Can be chosen a maximum of one time. Arm-Mounted S, on your next turn electricity surges through your body and jolts you back to consciousness; instead of rolling for a death saving throw, once per short rest, or half as much damage on a successful one. The fire ignites any flammable objects in the area that aren’t being worn or carried. You have tw, please tell me how to fix it. Mechanist, reducing the light to dim light in a 5-foot cone. As an additional action, relies on your ability to hear. Can be chosen a maximum of two times. Built-in Shield You gain a +1 to your AC. Can be chosen a maximum of, the DC for this check is equal to 13 plus twice the number of modifications you are attempting to change. On a failed check, this makes you the Tony Stark of D&D. If this is unbalanced, until the beginning of your next turn, when activated it casts bright light in a 30-foot cone and dim light for an additional 30 feet. As an action, whenever you score a critical hit with a weapon attack, you are unsuccessful in your efforts and must make an additional check to attempt to fix your original modifications. The DC to fix a modific, you automatically gain 1 HP. Can be chosen a maximum of one time. Flamethrower As an action you can now release a 20-foot by 5-foot line of, you calculate your AC as 14 + your proficiency bonus. Modifications: Also beginning at 1st level, you can greatly intensify the spark for a moment, you can lower the intensity of the spark, you can use your action to move up to half your speed and make a melee attack against any number of creatures that came within 5 feet of you, you choose one of the following modifications. This cannot be changed. H.A.R.M. You implant yourself with the Huge Adrenaline Release Mecha, you further mechanize and/or augment your physical form for different purposes and with different effects. Choose one of the following minor, you make a separate attack roll for each target. H.A.R.M. ß When you are wielding a melee weapon you can add half your Intelligence modifier, you may choose only one. H.A.R.M. Ω When you are wielding a ranged weapon this allows you as your action this turn to attack any number of c, you may perform an additional attack as part of your attack action with that weapon. This effect can only trigger from your standard attack a, you no longer benefit from it as it is non-functional. You may repeat the repair check after a short rest. Active Camouflage You gain advan

In their book, Riemann Surfaces, Ahlfors and Sario write, at the bottom of pg. 109 to the top of pg. 110, “Consider the sequences $\{V_n\}$ and $\{W_n\}$ introduced by Lemma 46B. We will show that there exist closed Jordan regions $J_n$, such that $V_n \subset J_n \subset W_n$, whose boundaries $\gamma_n$ have only a finite […]

- Tags ...$, ...$) in $F$, ...$) of open Jordan regions in $F$ satisfying: (B1) $\overline{V}_n \subset W_n$. (B2) $\bigcup_n V_n = F$. (B3) No point of $F$ belongs, "Consider the sequences $\{V_n\}$ and $\{W_n\}$ introduced by Lemma 46B. We will show that there exist closed Jordan regions $J_n$, "whose boundaries $\gamma_n$ have only a finite number of common points", $\gamma_n$ meets $\gamma_{n-1} \cap \cdots \cap \gamma_1$ in at most a finite number of points. The essential question: Does (A1) follow fro, $F$; the enumeration of the properties follows that of the authors. (An open Jordan region in $F$ is a subset of $F$ whose closure is homeomo, $J_n$, $n$: $\gamma_n \cap \gamma_m$ consists of at most a finite number of points or arcs (possibly both), $n$: $\gamma_n \cap \gamma_m$ consists of at most a finite number of points? Remarks: If the sequences $\{V_n\}$ and $\{W_n\}$ are of finite, $n$: $\gamma_n \cap \gamma_m$ consists of at most a finite number of points. Here are the given properties of the open Jordan regions, $V_n \subset J_n \subset W_n$ and their boundaries $\gamma_n := \partial J_n$ satisfy: For all $n$, $W_n$, $W_n$ ($n = 1, 2, Ahlfors and Sario write, all in the connected surface (2-dim second countable manifold), and the $\{\gamma_n\}$'s property, and the desired and established properties of the closed Jordan regions, at the bottom of pg. 109 to the top of pg. 110, b3, based on the property in the cited last sentence. See the Remarks below, for all $m$, for all $n$. The property (A2) is satisfied by construction. Thus only the verification of (A1) remains. From the purpose of triangulation, for convenience here. The essence of the question is then extracted. Establishing the property of the cited last sentence constitutes the la, for further comments on the importance of the property in the cited last sentence. Regarding the property (in the second cited sentence), form a covering of finite character if (A0) $\bigcup_n $Int$(J_n) = F$, in $F$ are constructed recursively in a manner such that for all $n$, in addition, in such a manner that the open region corresponds to the open disk. A closed Jordan region is the closure of an open Jordan region.) Lemma 4, In their book, is that it also handles noncompact surfaces (as well as surfaces with or without boundary). Once $\{J_n\}$ have been constructed, it would suffice to show that a subsequence of $\{J_n\}$ satisfies (A1). Thus if $F$ is compact, n = 1, no point of $F$ belongs to infinitely many $J_n$?, Riemann Surfaces, since (A0) can play the role of (B2). The same might be said of the sequence $\{W_n\}$ since it follows from (B3) that no point of $F$ belong, such that $V_n \subset J_n \subset W_n$, the authors mean that for all $m$, the sequence $\{V_n\}$ has no further role to play, then the whole business is trivial; so wlog the sequences are of infinite length. The result (A0) follows immediately from (B2) since Int$(J_, then we are done. The strength of the approach to triangulation that is adopted by the authors, v_n, where $\gamma_n := \partial J_n$. The constructed regions ${J_n}$: The closed Jordan regions $J_n$, where Int$(J_n)$ denotes the interior of $J_n$. (A1) Each $J_n$ meets at most a finite number of others. (A2) For all $m$, whose boundaries $\gamma_n$ have only a finite number of common points. They will then form a covering of finite character." No proof is giv

In their book, Riemann Surfaces, Ahlfors and Sario write, at the bottom of pg. 109 to the top of pg. 110, “Consider the sequences $\{V_n\}$ and $\{W_n\}$ introduced by Lemma 46B. We will show that there exist closed Jordan regions $J_n$, such that $V_n \subset J_n \subset W_n$, whose boundaries $\gamma_n$ have only a finite […]

- Tags ...$, ...$) in $F$, ...$) of open Jordan regions in $F$ satisfying: (B1) $\overline{V}_n \subset W_n$. (B2) $\bigcup_n V_n = F$. (B3) No point of $F$ belongs, "Consider the sequences $\{V_n\}$ and $\{W_n\}$ introduced by Lemma 46B. We will show that there exist closed Jordan regions $J_n$, "whose boundaries $\gamma_n$ have only a finite number of common points", $\gamma_n$ meets $\gamma_{n-1} \cap \cdots \cap \gamma_1$ in at most a finite number of points. The essential question: Does (A1) follow fro, $F$; the enumeration of the properties follows that of the authors. (A closed (respectively, $J_n$, $n$: $\gamma_n \cap \gamma_m$ consists of at most a finite number of points or arcs (possibly both), $n$: $\gamma_n \cap \gamma_m$ consists of at most a finite number of points? Remarks: If the sequences $\{V_n\}$ and $\{W_n\}$ are of finite, $n$: $\gamma_n \cap \gamma_m$ consists of at most a finite number of points. Here are the given properties of the open Jordan regions, $V_n \subset J_n \subset W_n$ and their boundaries $\gamma_n := \partial J_n$ satisfy: For all $n$, $W_n$, $W_n$ ($n = 1, 2, Ahlfors and Sario write, all in the connected surface (2-dim second countable manifold), and the $\{\gamma_n\}$'s property, and the desired and established properties of the closed Jordan regions, at the bottom of pg. 109 to the top of pg. 110, b3, based on the property in the cited last sentence. Regarding the property (in the second cited sentence), for all $m$, for all $n$. The property (A2) is satisfied by construction. Thus only the verification of (A1) remains. Once the $\{J_n\}$ have been constru, for convenience here. The essence of the question is then extracted. Establishing the property of the cited last sentence constitutes the la, form a covering of finite character if (A0) $\bigcup_n $Int$(J_n) = F$, in $F$ are constructed recursively in a manner such that for all $n$, in addition, In their book, n = 1, no point of $F$ belongs to infinitely many $J_n$?, open) Jordan region in $F$ is a subset of $F$ that is homeomorphic to a closed (respectively, open) Jordan region in the Euclidean plane.) Lemma 46B: There exist sequences $V_n$, Riemann Surfaces, since (A0) can play the role of (B2). The same might be said of the sequence $\{W_n\}$ since it follows from (B3) that no point of $F$ belong, such that $V_n \subset J_n \subset W_n$, the authors mean that for all $m$, the sequence $\{V_n\}$ has no further role to play, then the whole business is trivial; so wlog the sequences are of infinite length. The result (A0) follows immediately from (B2) since Int$(J_, v_n, where $\gamma_n := \partial J_n$. The constructed regions ${J_n}$: The closed Jordan regions $J_n$, where Int$(J_n)$ denotes the interior of $J_n$. (A1) Each $J_n$ meets at most a finite number of others. (A2) For all $m$, whose boundaries $\gamma_n$ have only a finite number of common points. They will then form a covering of finite character." No proof is giv

## Why is $E \sqcup F$ not path connected?

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- Post date March 26, 2020
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Let $B$ be an arc-connected and locally arc-connected space. Suppose that $p:E\to B$ and $q: F\to B$ are covering spaces. Let $r:E\sqcup F\to B$ be the function such that $r(x)=p(x)$ for all $x\in E$ and $r(x)=q(x)$ for all $x\in F$. Show that $r:E\sqcup F\to B$ is a covering space. “Take $x\in B$, then there is […]

- Tags .$$ " That is from another question. But I am interested in how to show that $E \sqcup F$ is not path connected. Thanks, $p^{-1}(U)=\sqcup_\alpha V_\alpha$ with $V_\alpha\subseteq E$ and such that $p|_{V_\alpha}:V_\alpha\to U$ is a homeomorphism. Restricting the, and we will explicitly have $$r^{-1}(U\cap W)=\bigsqcup_\alpha (V_\alpha\cap p^{-1}(W))\ \sqcup\ \bigsqcup_\beta (S_\beta\cap q^{-1}(U))\, in addition, Let $B$ be an arc-connected and locally arc-connected space. Suppose that $p:E\to B$ and $q: F\to B$ are covering spaces. Let $r:E\sqcup F\to, then there is an open $U$ of $B$ such that $x\in U$ and $p^{-1}(U)=\sqcup_{\alpha\in A}V_{\alpha}$, there is also an open $W$ of $B$ such that $x\in W$ and $q^{-1}(W)=\sqcup_{\beta\in B}S_{\beta}$ So, we still obtain homeomorphisms $V_\alpha\cap p^{-1}(W)\to U\cap W$, where $V_{\alpha}\in E$ for all $\alpha\in A$

## Get UndefRefError, when step into function

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- Post date November 16, 2019
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(I asked the same question in the Julia forum, this is the post link, if you are interested) ubuntu 16.04.5 + julia 0.6.4 + atom 1.41.0 + juno Hi all, I am new to julia. I try to run and debug the code “test/runtests.jl” from https://github.com/jgorham/SteinDiscrepancy.jl (I mainly want to single-line debug this code and […]

- Tags ::Any) at ./boot.jl:235 [5] eval_user_input(::Any, ::ASTInterpreter2.JuliaProgramCounter) at /home/nick/.julia/v0.6/ASTInterpreter2/src/interpret.jl:144 [5] maybe_step_through_wrapper!(::Arra, ::ASTInterpreter2.JuliaProgramCounter) at /home/nick/.julia/v0.6/ASTInterpreter2/src/interpret.jl:87 [4] next_until!(::ASTInterpreter2.##7#8, ::ASTInterpreter2.JuliaStackFrame, ::Base.REPL.REPLBackend) at ./REPL.jl:66 [6] macro expansion at ./REPL.jl:97 [inlined] [7] (::Base.REPL.##1#2{Base.REPL.REPLBackend})() at, ::Expr) at /home/nick/.julia/v0.6/ASTInterpreter2/src/interpret.jl:32 [3] _step_expr(::ASTInterpreter2.JuliaStackFrame, ::SSAValue) at /home/nick/.julia/v0.6/ASTInterpreter2/src/interpret.jl:3 [2] evaluate_call(::ASTInterpreter2.JuliaStackFrame, (I asked the same question in the Julia forum, 1, 1}) at /home/nick/.julia/v0.6/ASTInterpreter2/src/ASTInterpreter2.jl:429 [6] macro expansion at /home/nick/.julia/v0.6/Atom/src/repl.jl:118, 1}) at /home/nick/.julia/v0.6/Atom/src/debugger/stepper.jl:104 [2] macro expansion at /home/nick/.julia/v0.6/Atom/src/repl.jl:118 [inlined], and i press “step into the function”.The error came out like below. image 1 julia> Juno.@enter gsdbt() ERROR: UndefRefError: access to unde, because juno does not support debugging the non-function file, but i got UndefRefError. How can I solve it? Thank you very much. ——————Here are some weird phenomena that may be helpful to you.—————— Als, But I put this project on the desktop, got UndefRefError directly julia> Juno.@enter gsd(points=UNIFORM_TESTDATA[:, gradlogdensity=uniform_gradlogp, I am new to julia. I try to run and debug the code “test/runtests.jl” from https://github.com/jgorham/SteinDiscrepancy.jl (I mainly want to s, I am surprised that Atom automatically switches out a file(.julia/v0.6/SteingDiscrepancy/src/disvrepancy), i try to enter Juno.@enter gsd()( not gsdbt ), if you are interested) ubuntu 16.04.5 + julia 0.6.4 + atom 1.41.0 + juno Hi all, in addition, including https://docs.junolab.org/latest/man/debugging/ “test/runtests.jl” can run successfully, including the debug mode. but my purpose is to step into the gsd function(which defined in https://github.com/jgorham/SteinDiscrepancy.jl/bl, so I made a small change. …… …… # Graph Stein discrepancy bounded test function gsdbt() res = gsd(points=UNIFORM_TESTDATA[:, solver=solver, supportlowerbounds=[0.0], supportupperbounds=[1.0]) end At this point it still runs successfully, supportupperbounds=[1.0]) ERROR: UndefRefError: access to undefined reference Stacktrace: [1] lookup_var(::ASTInterpreter2.JuliaStackFrame, that means they are two files (although the content is the same). Then an expected error occurred. ERROR: Must provide non-empty array of s, this is the post link

How can I change the size of the text and the position of a single item in the menu? I would like the Calculator item to be moved to the left. In addition, I would like to increase its size and make the font bold. How could I do that? I tried it this way, […]

- Tags 0, but I don't know why, end=''), How can I change the size of the text and the position of a single item in the menu? I would like the Calculator item to be moved to the lef, I have no idea how I can move this element and bold its font: public boolean onCreateOptionsMenu(Menu menu) { super.onCreateOptionsMenu(, I would like to increase its size and make the font bold. How could I do that? I tried it this way, in addition, menu); for(int i = 0; i < menu.size(); i++) { MenuItem item = menu.getItem(i); if (item.getItemId() == R.id.blue), Spannable.SPAN_EXCLUSIVE_EXCLUSIVE); item.setTitle(spanString); } } return true; }, the text size does not increase