Compared to email, the telephone calls and outbound messages, text messages and phone calls the cost of sending text messages are insignificant. When people want to hear your message they will see it on their phones.
Email costs money. Many people have turned off receiving unwanted email. By sending a text message, you give people a choice. They can turn off your message on their phone.
Text messages are easy to send.
Text messages get answered more often than other forms of message delivery.
Text messages get answered at a time that is convenient to the person receiving the message.
Text messages can contain your message in as little as 140 characters.
Text messages are more likely to be answered when people are not at their desks.Q:
Is there a way in Git to switch the creation branch?
I have git repository on the branch ‘feature’ and would like to merge a pull request directly to the’master’. However, this pull request was pushed to the branch’master’
So then I tried to create the pull request again but Git expects to be created on the branch’master’
However I would like to switch the creation branch to’master’, so I have these 2 questions:
How can I switch the creation branch to’master’?
If my only choice is switching the creation branch to’master’, what’s the reason behind the original discrepancy in my pull request?
One option would be to rebase your feature branch (the feature branch has not been merged into master in your image) and reset it to a new master commit.
git checkout master
git checkout feature
git reset –hard HEAD~ # reset feature to the last commit on master
git merge -m “merge branch feature into master” master # merge master into feature
Another option would be to create a new pull request on master branch instead of on feature branch.
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The field name ‘user’: *** List all the records with the ‘user’ field in it. *** List all the records without the ‘user’ field in it. *** List the number of records found by the query. *** List the number of records found that have the ‘user’ field in it. At this point, it’s clear that the ‘user’ field will not be used in the query. Now look at the field name ‘password’: *** List all the records with the ‘password’ field in it. *** List all the records without the ‘password’ field in it. *** List the number of records found by the query. *** List the number of records found that have the ‘password’ field in it. Again, it’s clear that the ‘password’ field will not be used in the query. That is fine, but why do this round of testing? There is a third test that you should do. You’ll learn about that by continuing with the remaining examples in this chapter. Step 3: View the Functions There are a number of different functions that take a record and return a list of objects. In this section, you’ll look at all of these. Fetch The DBFetchQuery class has a method called getAll(). This method is used to retrieve a list of records. It may be called to retrieve all of the records in a table, or it may be called to retrieve all of the records in a particular table that match a particular criteria. This is useful for two things. First, it can be used to build a filter. Second, it may be useful to be able to tell the user how many records there were returned. To view the documentation for the method, you’ll first need to use the Syntax window to open the ClassView window. 1. In the ClassView window, expand the DBFetchQuery class. 2. Expand the method getAll(). 3. Expand this item to be sure that the getAll() method is open. 4. This will bring up the following information: 5. Find the getAll() method. 6. Notice that the method contains a comment that indicates that it can be used to retrieve records in a table. Also, it has a comment a2fa7ad3d0