PAYPAL METHOD 2020

PAYPAL METHOD 2021

1. Set up email and PayPal in fullz name

2. Make a swappa.com account

3. Link PayPal to swappa don’t use accounts you made the same day let your PayPal sit for a day or two(longer then better) add a debit card then try for around 300$ if your account is new

4. Find something decent price to sell (Nintendo switch . Air pods pro laptop you get the idea make sure it’s a popular item so it sells fast) you should have some type of access to the device to take verification photos

5. You can go on letgo and other selling apps to find people posting pics that won’t be on google and sometimes those idiots leave the serial exposed.

6. With that let’s say you just have the device you can take the verification pics with the device and use some one else’s pics who has like extra controllers or games(you get the idea inflate the price cause it’s a package)

7. Make sure you set the price on the lower end so it looks like a steal people will comment random questions just respond and before you know it it’s sold.

8. Money goes through PayPal and is ready for instant transfer

9. Only post one item an account from what I understand you can
make two accounts and link the same PayPal if you got a strong one that’s aged.

10. Make sure to switch up where you take the photos at don’t use the same room and try to keep your hand out the photo so they don’t try to flag you before post other than that it’s easy money. Just gotta make accounts and be patient.

11. You don’t even need a drop it’s PayPal spend it on something send the money to a friend say some one owed you. Only the account that got the money from swappa will be affected after you move it it’s gone.

12. It works like this account a sent money to account b. Account a is swappa account b is your drop. When account b sends to account c. Account c is not on the hook for anything that happens if account a charges back on account b. Account b goes negative account c keeps the money account a gets a refund. The drop account b takes the full fall.( Venmo works the same way) middle man account is the term used for these accounts that take the fall.

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mac os x – What method is used to transfer files other than photos from Android (Pixel) to Mac (Osx)

What method is used to transfer files from Android to Mac? Specifically files other than photos /videos/music, e.g. sound recordings,text downloads,contacts vcf file, etc.

There should be no problem transferring other files using Android File Transfer

api – I am getting “java.util.zip.ZipException: unknown compression method” in my restassured code

I am getting this error”java.util.zip.ZipException: unknown compression method” however I am dealing with the api restassured.Could it be related about dependencies in the pom.xml ?
I googled this issue and just have seen that it is about zip files but as you see there is no zip coding.

Here is my code and pom.xml:

@Test
    public void trelloCallTest() {
        String  key ="mykey";
        String token= "mytoken";
        
        Response response = given().spec(new RequestSpecBuilder().setBaseUri("https://api.trello.com/1").build())
                                   .contentType(ContentType.JSON)
                                   .log().all()
                                   .when()
                                   .queryParams("key", key,
                                           "token",
                                                token,
                                                "name", "myname")
                                   .post("/boards/");
     
        String jsonString = response.asString();
        System.out.println(jsonString);
     
     
       
        response.then().statusCode(200);
    }

Here is my pom.xml:

 > <dependencies>
    >       <dependency>
    >         <groupId>org.junit.jupiter</groupId>
    >         <artifactId>junit-jupiter-engine</artifactId>
    >         <version>5.5.2</version>
    >         </dependency>
    >        <dependency>
    >                 <groupId>io.rest-assured</groupId>
    >                 <artifactId>rest-assured</artifactId>
    >                 <version>4.3.0</version>
    >             </dependency>
    >      <!-- https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/com.googlecode.json-simple/json- 
    >      simple -->
    >     <dependency>
    >         <groupId>com.googlecode.json-simple</groupId>
    >         <artifactId>json-simple</artifactId>
    >         <version>1.1.1</version>
    >       </dependency>
    >       <!-- https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/com.google.code.gson/gson -->
    >         <dependency>
    >         <groupId>com.google.code.gson</groupId>
    >         <artifactId>gson</artifactId>
    >         <version>2.8.6</version>
    >      </dependency>
    >             
    >     <dependency>
    >         <groupId>org.json</groupId>
    >         <artifactId>json</artifactId>
    >         <version>20210307</version>
    >     </dependency>
    >     <dependency>
    >         <groupId>javax.xml.bind</groupId>
    >         <artifactId>jaxb-api</artifactId>
    >         <version>2.3.0</version>
    >     </dependency>
    >     <dependency>
    >     <groupId>org.codehaus.groovy</groupId>
    >     <artifactId>groovy-all</artifactId>
    >     <version>2.4.5</version>
    >           </dependency>
    >           
    >     </dependencies>
    >     </project>

php – Searching for best practice – Long calculating method

I’m working on a Laravel project for engineers. The software calculates the stability and pressure for specific wooden connections.
As you can imagine, depending on the connection, there are many calculations with many values to be done.

First, there was the approach make one calculation function / method for one connection type (inside the connection type class), where all neccessary fields are calculated.
Then it came up to my mind, to create a method to calculate each value seperately:

public function calculateConnection($connectionValues) {
   $connection->a = $this->getAValue($connectionValues);
   $connection->b = $this->getBValue($connectionValues);
   ...
}

public function getAValue($connectionValues) {
   return ...
}

public function getBValue($connectionValues) {
   return ...
}

I have a much better overview about the specific values, when creating a function for each value instead of calculating everything in one method, but the issue is, that the values are depending on each other. So value a is needed to calculate b.

So all methods need to be called in the correct order. Of course, I can do a check, if a is already been calculated, before doing the calculation of b, but this will blow up the code so much.

I’m interested, what is best-practice in this kind of situation.

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Is there any method to make PDF print out nicely for highlighting on Google Chrome?

This problem happens on Google Chrome but is also on the Mac, so I am not entirely sure if it is a Mac related issue or Chrome issue.

For some webpages, such as https://redux.js.org/introduction/getting-started Google Chrome can print it out as a PDF, but the first highlighting would show the highlighting is off. This has been happening for more than a year:

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It doesn’t happen if it is printed by Safari, but Safari sometimes has some issue such as the content column quite narrow. Is there a way to make it print out suitable for highlighting if it is on Chrome? It might be a Google Chrome issue or it might be somehow related to how macOS support printing but as a PDF file. Since printing as PDF is particular to Mac but not on Windows, so I am asking this on Ask Different.

Webmoney WMZ to Bitcoin or any other method

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I’m looking for anyone (trusted) that accept Webmoney WMZ in exchange for Bitcoin or any other method of payment. I have tried finding a exchanger in BestChange but all is manual with minimum $70. I got a smaller amount…

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json – In Provider method throws an error NoSuchMethod:The getter ‘ ‘ was called on null

I’m trying to call a variable placeName ,but only returns with null.
NoSuchMethod error: The getter’placeName’ was called on null. Receiver : null
Tried calling : placeName
As if it could not read the current location from the url!

in my MainPage

  GestureDetector(
                          onTap: () async {

                            var response = await Navigator.push(context, MaterialPageRoute(
                                builder:(BuildContext context) => SearchPage()
                            ));

                            if(response == 'getDirection'){
                              showDetailSheet();
                            }

                          },


in my SearchPage

void searchPlace(String placeName) async {
    if(placeName.length > 1 ){

      String url = 'https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/place/autocomplete/json?input=$placeName&key=$mapKey&sessiontoken=1234567890&components=country:hu';
      var response = await RequestHelper.getRequest(url);

      if(response == 'failed') {
        return;
      }

      if(response('status') == 'OK'){
        var predictionsJson = response('predictions');
        var thisList = (predictionsJson as List).map((e) => Prediction.fromJson(e)).toList();

        setState(() {
        destinationPredictionList = thisList;
        });
      }


      print(response);

    }
  }


@override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {


      String address = Provider.of<AppData>(context).pickupAddress.placeName ?? '';
      pickupController.text = address;


    return Scaffold(....)

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matrix – DivisionFreeRowReduction Method for RowReduce

My overall goal is to use a division free algorithm to compute the nullspace of a matrix containing multivariate polynomials. For doing so, I believe, there is the method DivisionFreeRowReduction which can be also used for RowReduce. However, it seems to not actually do division free row reduction. Here are two examples:

M = {{x, x + y}, {y, 2*y}};
RowReduce[M, Method -> "DivisionFreeRowReduction"]

yields the identity matrix whereas one might expect something like
$$ begin{pmatrix} x & x+y \ y & 2yend{pmatrix} to begin{pmatrix} x & x+y \ xy & 2xyend{pmatrix} to begin{pmatrix} x & x+y \ 0 & xy-2xy^2end{pmatrix}.$$

The same is even true over the integres:

M2 = {{2, 3}, {3, 4}};
RowReduce[M2, Method -> "DivisionFreeRowReduction"]

yields the identity matrix, so it seems to divide.

What is going on? Why does the division free row reduction divide? How can you compute a nullspace using division free methods?