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Basic     \$250.00 – \$499.00     2.50

4,75% hourly for 24 hours
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Professional     \$500.00 – \$1000.00     4.75

6% hourly for 20 hours
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VIP     \$1001.00 – \$10000.00     6.00

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Today longtermtrade.com is a modern investment company from the United Kingdom, which is focused on quality service and trust management to generate stable cash flows for clients.

Plan Amount Spent (\$) Daily Profit (%)
Plan 1 \$1.00 – \$10000.00 1.00

1,08% hourly for 96 hours
Plan Amount Spent (\$) Hourly Profit (%)
Test \$10.00 – \$249.00 1.08

2,5% hourly for 48 hours
Plan Amount Spent (\$) Hourly Profit (%)
Basic \$250.00 – \$499.00 2.50

4,75% hourly for 24 hours
Plan Amount Spent (\$) Hourly Profit (%)
Professional \$500.00 – \$1000.00 4.75

6% hourly for 20 hours
Plan Amount Spent (\$) Hourly Profit (%)
VIP \$1001.00 – \$10000.00 6.00

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DDos Protection
Registrar: NAMECHEAP INC
Updated Date: 0001-01-01
Creation Date: 2019-08-01
Expiration Date: 2020-08-01
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## drupal 8 can’t translate taxonomy term name and description

I want to translate my taxonomy “Discipline”. I have enabled the translation.

But on the translation page the labels show:

``````Name (all languages)
Description (all languages)
``````

And I don’t know how to change that. Ideas for solving my problem welcome!

## replacement – Replacing an indexed term

Consider the expression:

``````s(i_, n_) := Sum((e(c(j)) + e(z(j)))*(l(i, j) + m(i, j)), {j, 1, n})
``````

I’m trying to replace e(c(3)) by c(3) and have attempted

``````s(i, n) /. e(c(3)) -> c(3)
FullSimplify(s(i, n), c(3) == e(c(3)))
Eliminate({f == s(i, n), c(3) == e(c(3))}, e(c(3)))
Unevaluated(s(i, n)) /. e(c(3)) :>  c(3)
Unevaluated(s(i, n)) /. HoldPattern(e(c(3))) :> c(3)
``````

But none produced the intended result. I think they all failed because the term e(c(3)) does not appear explicitly in the expression. How can we perform substitutions when that is the case?

## programming languages – Lambda calculus and runtime inspection of the term

This is possibly related to reflection and quoting but I don’t want to assume anything beforehand. Here is my requirement.

My typed lambda calculus (Curry style) is a simpler variant of Calculus of Constructions (CoC). Is it possible to write an analyzer (e.g., type checker) that inspects the runtime representation of the term within the calculus? For example, what I want is roughly along the lines of the following:

$$Gamma vdash Analyzer : forall tau. AST~tau rightarrow Bool$$

where $$AST~tau$$ is the type constructor representing the abstract syntax tree of a term with type $$tau$$. The expected body of Analyzer is something like below.

``````Analyzer e =  case e of
| Var -> True
| Abs t e' -> Analyzer e'
...
``````

There are two roadblocks for me.

1. How to represent AST of $$e$$ within the same language?
2. How can the Analyzer access the intensional structure of the term $$e$$?

I am reading few papers on reflection and quotation. The details are a bit dense and I am looking for a simpler explanation. I believe I don’t require the full complexity of type self-representation here.

If there is an alternate way of accomplishing the same, I’ll be more than happy to accept it as answer. For example, it might be possible to do stringify the input term $$e$$. However, the Analyzer still has to iterate through the intensional structure of $$e$$. Is that possible within the calculus?

## troubleshooting – How oily fingerprints affects lens coating in long term?

I recently bought a new camera and got a big finger print on it’s lens rightaway.
I used lenspen to wipe it off, however my lens pen was already quite dry, so I’m not sure if it worked correctly. I have no lens cleaner currently, so my only option was to wipe it dry

After rubbing it with lens pen it seems to me that lens is probably clear, but I’m worried

The question is: “How bad will it be if I’ll have some fingerprint oils, dirt or something like that on lens for months? Wouldn’t fingerprint oil somehow destroy lens coating and damage lens?”, because I’m not sure if lenspen wiped it off completely or just rubbed oil all across the lens in a tiny tiny layer

Is it easy to scrub off coating if you’ll scrub lens too hard in order to clean it? As a newbie I’m quite worried that I might have scrubbed it too much while cleaning

## terminology – What’s the origin of the term “dirty” in regards to unsaved progress?

Oftentimes, “dirty” is used to represent unsaved code, memory, or files. For example, a file can be “dirty”, meaning it’s unsaved, memory can be “dirty”, meaning it’s been modified but hasn’t been written to RAM, and Git reports its working tree as “clean” when there are no uncommitted changes.

I understand why you would use the term, but where did it originate?

## How can I find the explicit formula and 8th term of 2,1/2,1/8,1/32 ? and how can I tell if it’s a geometric sequence?

how can I find the explicit formula and 8th term of 2,1/2,1/8,1/32 ?

## terminology: term for the language that summarizes the location of the program?

What is the technical term that describes a programming language that abstracts (or at least abstracts) the location of programs on the machine? I'm thinking specifically of the evolution of the portable calculator programming languages, from the earliest (and some late) models where each instruction exists in a single linear space (for example, HP RPN calculators before 41 series), to ( some) later models like the 41 and 42S series, where each program exists in its own space.

Is there a formal term for this difference?

(Note that I am thinking here exclusively of cases like the examples given, where the languages ​​used are the same, here RPN keystep programming, and not more radical changes in the language and architecture of the system, for example RPL) .