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The 2D NxN matrix can be though of as 1D array of length N^2 to keep things simple. If not, you can get the 2D coordinates by x = pos / N, y = pos % N.// Constants t int N = 4; t int left = -1, right = 1, down = N, up = -N; grid[N * N]; et next clockwise direction next(int dir) itch (dir) case left: return up; case up: return right; case right: return down; case down: return left; ssumes default is all zero fill(int grid[N*N]) t pos = N-1, dir = right; r (int i = N * N; i 0; i--) // Fill the block grid[pos] = i; if (pos == 0 || pos == N - 1 || pos == N*(N - 1) || pos == N*N - 1 || grid[pos + dir]?= 0) { // if corner point reached or block already filled, change direction dir = next(dir); } // Move to next position pos += dir; ow can you make online form filling fun?
Personally, I feel filling forms are never fun, We can just make it less boring with some techniques. As far as,the fun element is concerned, they can always be added through visual aids. Our mind fundamentally is more of a visual tool than that of a Textual tool. Even the  fun elements can be added as part of design, here are some suggestions:Lets reduce the Cognitive load with adding simple interaction elements like Buttons, sliders, drop down menu. The idea is to include the natural human tendency to act in a certain way. A lot of animations and Jquery can actually make the form unusable.The Visual Load can be reduced with keeping the basic eye movements under consideration while designing the fields.  In below image we can see how designing form in certain way can lower visual load. The Motor load can be diminished with the use of larger intuitive buttons.I am writing down some of the ideas that I know with which we can make Form Filling Less cumbersome if not playful or fun, You may add in comments too.The idea is create Engagement/Interactions not forms. E.g. Take for example Tripit. This application for managing your travel plans by using your travel confirmation emails could easily have asked all new members to sign up through a registration form. Instead, to the join the service new members simply have to send Tripit a travel confirmation email. From this email, Tripit creates an account and extracts the information it needs to create a rich travel plan for new members. No form required. People sign up for Tripit by using it and learning what the application can do for them.A different type of Sign Up form  Minimize the Key Inputs, try to make it point and click for web and Touch oriented for Mobiles.Using Web Services for Login : Web services allow people to log-in to a new service using their profile and contact information from other Web sites. The idea here is to make use of information people have already provided elsewhere instead of having them fill it all in again on your sign-up form.Other Communication Tools like Email. Tripit already uses it, Posterous, which is a blogging service, let you write a blog post in your email, attach a photo, send it over to Posterous, and they'll essentially publish that whole thing for you, no need to ever get out of your email client. The idea is that input can come from anywhere. You can use your email client to prinput. You can use your IM client to prinput. You can use Twitter, or you can use your calendar. You can use book marklets or browser extensions. Mad Libs forms ask people the same questions found in typical sign-up forms in a narrative format. They present input fields to people as blanks within sentences. Create Data Extractions points at various points of user interaction.  Asking people for information once they are already using an application is often more successful than asking them before they start using the application. These days linkedin.com is trying to do the same.
How safe is Google forms?
G-Suite itself is a very secure product as Google is very concerned when it comes upto to your Privacy.Google forms are directly linked to a backend Spreadsheet in which the data automatically gets saved you anyone fills up the form.When you have to fetch details from multiple people,you just generate a link and send it to ’n‡ email id ,whoever clicks the link can open the form.After filling the form it logsout. Incase you want that after anyone clicks the link and fills the form,s/he should not be able to access the form again,it can also be done through cloud .For more information contact us
Applying for PayPal adaptive payments, how to fill in the form?
Adaptive Accounts: is an API that allows you to provision creation of PayPal accounts through your application. You could collect all the user's profile information, call Adaptive Accounts API to create a PayPal account, and redirect the user to PayPal for them to setup their password and security information. Usually this API is highly vetted since you'll be collecting user's pii information. So unless you really need it don't select. 3rd Party Permissions - Request users grant you permission to make API calls on their behalf.: 3rd party permissions are when you need to do something on behalf of some one else. Collecting payments doesn't need 3rd party permissions since the end user explicitly approves the pre-approval in your case. But if you have a use case for your app to be able to issue refunds on behalf of your sellers, them yes you would need to use the permissions service to obtain approval from your sellers to issue refunds from their accounts.Testing Information: Basically the application review team wants to make sure they can verify the money flow. So if you can prany information on how they can act both as a seller and also as a buyer that would help. It doesn't need to be in live - sandbox env should be more than enough. I've helped several go through this process - it's actually not that bad. But it could get frustrating when there is lack of complete information. So the more information you pr- presentations, mocks, flows, testing env/app, etc.. the better it would help the app review team understand what you're trying to use payments for.  Money Aggregation and laundering are the biggest concerns they watch out for - so the more transparent your money trail is the better and quicker the process would be. Good luck?
How can I fill out Google's intern host matching form to optimize my chances of receiving a match?
I actually have some alternate advice from Brian. Different things work for different people, so hopefully I can add some new perspectives?Personally, I think it's good to be fairly specific with what you'd like to do. I've talked with our campus recruiter, and she agreed that when students just say they'll "do anything" without listing any preferences, it takes a while to match them. You don't need to say that you're ONLY interested in working on one team, but it's good to show that you've taken some sort of thought as far as what products you find interesting or demonstrate your strengths in some way. So, if you get the chance, I would try to think about what you'd like to work on (if you had the chance to work on ANYTHING).It's good to be flexible, but if you check all the boxes without really saying anything specific, I feel like your application looks fairly generic. I'm not trying to take away from being flexible, but there is something to say about having insight or even some inkling of what you want to do.So, advice to people filling out their preference forms - put down what you want to work on. Talk about what you're passionate about, and support with what you're good at or have experience in (or that you really want to learn?). When I filled out the form last year, I put that I loved Google Forms, but I was open to really anything and that I liked front end web or mobile development. Someone told me that my love for Forms came through in my preference form and that it was clear I was a good fit for the team. Other than the part about Forms, even though what I said wasn't super specific, it at least gave people looking through resumes a good idea what I was looking for.Good luck?