Sending data between a sensor and a Bluetooth module

How to have a direct communication between a sensor and Bluetooth module without Serial monitor (in Arduino)?

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What oath did medical students take in Nazi Germany between 1933 and 1945?


While researching the topic of medical ethics in relation to the altruistic nature of the Hippocratic Oath juxtaposed with euthanasia (Aktion T4), compulsory sterilizations, human experimentation and mass murder performed by physicians in the Third Reich (I hesitate to say Nazi Doctors as so many do, because not all who participated in these barbaric actions were actually SS nor even Nazi party members, though many of course were), I came upon this interesting piece of information in the Wiki article on the Oath:

In Germany during the Third Reich, medical students did not take the Hippocratic Oath, although they knew the ethic of “nil nocere” — do no harm.

While there have been many versions of the Hippocratic Oath, and indeed some modern medical societies administer completely oaths governing ethical behavior, I have been unable to find a text of the Oath used in Nazi Germany which replaced the Hippocratic Oath during those years – if indeed any oath at all was administered.


Was there a custom Third Reich medical oath? If so, what is the text of that oath (preferably in English)? Or was there no oath at all?

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avg # of guesses it takes to pick a certain number between 1-100 (random choices)


a square on a 10×10 board is randomly assigned the letter X

what is the avg # of times it would take to guess that position while randomly guessing one at a time and not choosing numbers already guessed

my intuition says it involves binomial / geometric series??

thanks for any hints

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Check if possible to perform n tasks, each between moment b(i) and e(i) and taking 1 time unit

I have such a task at university:
we have n tasks, i-th of them can be done between moment b(i) and e(i). If we decide to perform a task in moment x, we finish performing it in moment x+1. We can perform at most 1 task at a time and we cannot interrupt performing it. Create an algorithm to check if it is possible to perform all the tasks. b(i) and e(i) may not be integers.

I have done some research online, but I haven’t found anything concerning this problem.

Actually I think the following algorithm would work (I haven’t found a counterexample yet):

iterate over all the tasks ordered by increasing e(i) and for each of them try performing it the earliest possible. If cannot, return false. If all tasks are added, return true.

If this algorithm works, how could I prove it?

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1995 600r ninja boggs out during 4th -5th gear WOT between 8-10,000rpm

in 4th and 5th gear Wide Open Throttle the bike bogs out between 8-10 thousand rpm. I roll off the throttle…then slowly roll it back on to get through the flat spot. If i ring the gears out WOT it works fine it only happens during 4th and 5th gear WOT. It feels like its starves for fuel for a short period of time so i let off and re apply throttle and it works through it.Carbs were cleaned 2 weeks ago due to bogging out when accelerating all the time. One of the float bowls had a milky substance in bottom ,main jet was also clogged. I cleaned them,added new air -gas filters.

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Extra space between entries in references when putting them on one line using natbib’s numbers option

(Note: I wasn’t sure if this fell under the same question as reduce bibliography to one line with dots and reference numbers. I attempted an edit which was rejected due to changing the question too much, so I’m asking this as a new question instead.)

I’m trying to put my references on one line, using code from Mico:


However, this produces extra spaces between some entries:

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Note the extra space between the end of entry 2 and the beginning of entry 3.

Adding the following code fixes the extra space, but makes all in-text citations show up as question marks:


In addition, removing the numbers option from usepackage{natbib} gets rid of the extra space as well, but I’d like to avoid using author-year citations.

Does anyone know how to get rid of the extra space while using the numbers option, without breaking in-text citations?



usepackage[numbers]{natbib} % Removing numbers option fixes extra space

        Author = {Test Test},
        Year = {0000},
        Title = {Some title},
        Journal = {Some journal},
        Volume = {0},
        Pages = {0}
        Author = {Test2 Test2},
        Year = {0001},
        Title = {Some other title},
        Journal = {Some other journal},
        Volume = {1},
        Pages = {1}
        Author = {Test3 Test3},
        Year = {0002},
        Title = {Yet another title},
        Journal = {Yet another journal},
        Volume = {2},
        Pages = {2}

% Redefine the bibliography to go on one line

% Uncommenting the following makes the extra space go away but breaks in-text citations   


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Will UBUNTU run or crash between the two referenced hardware setups? [on hold]

Hp refurb,9470 2core i5 3rd gen 3437u, 8gb ram Or 16gb max, 180gb ssd 12″.


Pine64 book with

1.2GHz 64-Bit Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53

2 GB LPDDR3 RAM Memory

64gb eMMC

Same price after shipping.

Concern is performance with dual processor 8gb

The quad processor and only 2gb ram,

I believe 64gb is enough space to run good.( correct me if I am wrong!) I can upload to NAS often if needed.

I need working solution.
Please answer as I need to cancel one of my he two orders today.


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Is there a way to continuous loop between two fullscreens programs?

At work we have a monitor that constantly loops between a powerpoint presentation but now they are asking for it to also cycle through this website that is on accessible through internet explorer is there a way to could do this? This is on a computer running windows 7

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What is difference between these three sentences- “would”, “would have”, and “will”

1.Tag those who’ll attend her concert

2.Tag those who’d attend her concert

3.Tag those who’d have attended her concert

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Is there any difference between $mathbb{R}^3$ and Euclidean space denoted $mathbb{E}^3$?

I just can’t seem to make any distinction between the two. If anyone has a simple explanation I’d like to hear it.

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