php – I would like content on the checkout page for Check Payments to also appear on the Order Received Page

I have created a checkout page with two payment options, Check Payments and Pay with Bitcoin. For the check payments option, I have added the “Pay to” name and address and it appears on the checkout page, when the Check Payment option is checked. When the “Place Order” button is clicked, we go to the Order Received page. I would like the “Pay to” name and address to also appear on the Order Received page as I can see someone clicking the Place Order button before writing down the information. Once clicked, you cannot go back to the checkout page and the “Pay to” information is frustratingly lost. I just don’t know which php file contains the code that renders the “Pay to” information, being a total novice at php and wordpress. Perhaps more importantly, I do not have a strategy for locating the php. Can anyone help?

coding theory – How do I decode a received polynomial code with an error?

As a message I get (5,0,1,3), which is coding a sequence of numbers of length 2 in $mathbb{F}_7$ as polynom with the 4 support points a1 = 0, a2 = 1, a3 = 2, a4 = 6. In the transimission occured an error.
Calculate the original message.

How do I do this? In my script we didnt’t talked about polynomial codes directly just about the cyclic code. And the topic of this exercise is polynomial codes.

Could someone please get me through this or explain a way? Thanks for any help!

c – How to check data has been received correctly with CRC – much confusion here

I am trying to process some serial data (sent over UART). Its coming from a radio controlled receiver, is 27 bytes long. The last 2 bytes of this are a 16bit CRC check according to the spec.

The checksum is derived from the preceding 25 bytes

Along with the protocol there is this information on the checksum calculation:

 u16 CRC16(u16 crc, u8 value)
     u8 i;
     crc = crc ^ (s16)value<<8;
     for(i = 0; i < 8; i++)
         if(crc & 0x8000)
             crc = crc << 1^0x1021;
             crc = crc << 1;
     return crc;

I have had to do a little ‘translation’ of this, as I am using an STM32 microcontroller, and the variables need to be declared a little different (uint16_t instead of u16 for example).

That said I think I have got completely the wrong end of the stick anyway…..

The code above appears to ‘only’ process a single byte of data, passed to the function in variable ‘value’

It appears to also want a 16bit integer named ‘crc’ passed to it, which is where the confusion started……

I have the 27 byte packet of data. I have converted the last 2 bytes into the 16 bit checksum and have made sure that I have the endianness of this correct (the message is big endian, the stm32 is little endian, so you cant do a memcpy, you need to do a bit of bit shifting).

But how do I now get an answer as to whether the preceding 25 bytes of data have been received correctly.

Any help gratefully received. I’ve googled and read and just got myself more confused….

Many thanks


issues while opening PDF files received on whatsapp directly

When I try opening a pdf file that I receive on whatsapp directly by clicking on the whatsapp message, I get the message ‘You may not have a proper app for viewing this content’. I already have pdf viewers installed on the phone (google pdf viewer, adobe acrobat reader). I can open the file when I open it via a file manager. How can I open the pdf files by clicking directly on the whatsapp message?

How to get data received from embed in javascript

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alert(embed data)

How to get data received from embed in javascript?

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BIN: $700
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Expiry date: 2021

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“Google LLC received a corrective order for violation of the Telecommunication Business Act” on youtube

Since a couple of days ago I am receiving this message on youtube

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It doesn’t appear all the time, but when it happens, it only happens when I first load youtube home page

Clicking Learn more doesn’t help much either, it takes me to another localized page (non English) but it’s text pretty much only says Google received some legal message and doesn’t give any details

Googling for this message brings out a few articles from 2019 but I’m still not clear on what’s going on

What is youtube trying to tell me, and is it relevant to me in anyway?

git patch received by E-Mail

I have received a patch via E-Mail. It was generated using “git diff”. Now I’m not able to incorporate it to my own git branch, in order to test it. When extracting the patch from the E-Mail message, I did not have more success. Anything from my used procedure is wrong. Please help me to find the right way.

unconfirmed transactions – Funds received still shows pending and unavailable until confirmed in Exodus. Should I be concerned?

This has me a bit worried that I will not receive my funds, even though the blockchain shows 77 confirmations.

The blockchain is the only truth. Those funds have been received long ago.

The only question is why your wallet isn’t showing it.

There are many possible reasons, some are

  • your wallet is a “custodial wallet” owned by some corporation – you need to talk to the business involved
  • your wallet is a “full-node” type of “custodial” wallet – you need to check if it has fully synchronised.
  • there is some other problem with your wallet.
  • you have been tricked by a scammer.

For more precise help, you could edit your question to include details of the name and type of wallet and some general description of where the transaction came from (a friend? a customer? an investment manager?) – HELP! I sent BTC to Coinmixer from Coinbase but coinmixer says they haven’t received the BTC. Have I lost the BTC?

I have checked the address I sent it too was correct and Coinbase says the transaction is complete. I’m really sorry I’m terrible with this stuff.

“You must first send your dirty bitcoins to (ADDRESS) before continuing or erasing this mix!”

Is the message i receive on Coinmixer when I try to initiate the mixing process.

Any help will be appreciated.
Thank you