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2023.05.29 22:47 skrdditor Comment trouver la référence d'un connecteur électrique de capteur ?

C'est pour le contacteur de recul de ma boite de vitesse (le truc qui détecte que tu as enclenché la marche arrière pour allumer les feux de recul)
Sa référence, c'est Ford 1805255. On trouve plein de photos et de vendeur sur google.
Il marche bien, mais le faisceau qui est branché dessus a été abimé puis les fils directement branchés sur le capteur avec des petites cosses par l'ancien propriétaire.
Aujourd'hui, une des cosses bricolées a lâchée... bon je l'ai remise comme j'ai pu, ça marche.
Je voudrais refaire le faisceau et remettre un connecteur neuf sur le faisceau pour ne plus avoir de soucis, mais comment trouver le bon type de connecteur ?
Toutes mes recherches internet me renvoient sur le capteur, rien sur le connecteur.
C'est un truc qui doit valoir 2 euros, mais j'ai l'impression qu'il y'a 50 modèles différents et je ne trouve pas comment identifier le bon.
Même si je démonte la pièce, je ne serais pas bien avancé vu que je ne sais pas comment s'appelle ce type de connecteur.
Merci
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2023.05.29 22:39 Apratounet-975 JDR pour enfants

Bonjour,
Avec ma femme et mon fils (8 ans) on a commencé en janvier dernier la campagne du Clank ! Legacy (acquisition incorporated). On va arriver au bout de la campagne et vu que les sessions qui duraient quand même 2 3 heures se sont bien déroulées et que ça a été un ravissement pour nous 3, je me dis que ça pourrait être sympa de continuer avec du JDR. Il n'y a que moi qui ai de l'expérience (joueurs et MJ) et je me demandais quels pourraient être les jeux vers lesquels s'orienter ? Ça peut être du fantasy ou autre.
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2023.05.29 22:35 adventurepaul E-commerce Industry News - Week of May 29th, 2023

Hi ecommerce - I'm Paul and I follow the e-commerce industry pretty closely for my Shopifreaks E-commerce Newsletter. Each week I post a summary recap of this week's top stories, which I cover in depth in the newsletter. .
  1. STAT OF THE WEEK: 70% of e-commerce shoppers experienced shipping delays without any reason provided by the business for the delay. Faced with that experience, 90% of respondents said they are less likely to buy from a brand again after a poor online shopping experience, while 29% say they are increasingly willing to share a negative review online. – According to Koerber .
  2. If some of Temu's deals appear too good to be true — it's because they are! An analysis of the company's supply chain costs by WIRED shows that Temu is losing an average of $30 per order as it throws money at trying to break into the American market. Most of Temu's subsidies are in the form of free international shipping, with even a small package costing the company around $14 to ship to the US (although it offers the shipping for free). When adding in the additional product discounts and cash coupons that Temu gives to customers, the average loss per order jumps to $30. .
  3. The FTC has proposed new rules in the US called “click to cancel” that will impact e-commerce subscriptions — but in a good way for consumers! The rules would require any business selling subscriptions to add a simple cancel mechanism on the same website as the initial transaction, and include the same number of steps. In other words, a “one click subscription” would require a “one click cancelation.” This “click to cancel” rule is part of the FTC's proposed changes to its 1973 Negative Option Rule, which establishes how subscription sellers must communicate offers, ensure consent, manage billing, and simplify cancellation. .
  4. BigCommerce announced new leadership including the appointment of Daniel Lentz as the company's CFO, Chuck Cassidy as its General Counsel, and Hubert Ban as its Chief Accounting Officer. .
  5. Google is launching Product Studio, a new tool that allows Shopping merchants to quickly edit and customize their product images for free using generative AI. According to Google's data, product listings with more than one image typically see a 76% increase in impressions and a 32% increase in clicks compared to listings with a single image. With the new generative AI tool, text prompts can be used within Product Studio to quickly make visual adjustments to product images, such as generating new backgrounds for seasonal campaigns. The tool also allows sellers to instantly remove the existing background of an image if they need a blank backdrop, and increase the quality of small or low resolution images. .
  6. Morning Consult published their annual report of Most Trusted Brands for 2023. The survey ranks roughly 1,500 brands in the US, most of which were dominated by big, well-established names including: #1 Band-Aid, #2 UPS, #3 Amazon, #4 Lysol, #5 Kleenex, #6 Cheerios, #7 Visa, #8 Dove, #9 The Weather Channel, and #10 FedEx .
  7. Axios, in collaboration with market research firm Harris Poll, also ran a recent survey to determine the Most Reputable Brands in the US. The results were very different from Morning Consult's most trusted brands. Only one company overlapped in the top ten which included: #1 Patagonia, #2 Costco, #3 John Deere, #4 Trader Joe's, #5 Chick-fil-A, #6 Toyota, #7 Samsung, #8 Amazon, #9 USAA, and #10 Apple . Bottom of the list included: #90 Family Dollar, #91 Balenciaga, #92 BP, #93 Bitcoin, #94 TikTok, #95 Spirit Airlines, #96 Meta, #97 Twitter, #98 Fox, #99 FTX, and #100 The Trump Organization .
  8. The latest data from PYMNTS shows that high earners are feeling the pinch of credit card debt and that their wages aren't keeping up with inflation. This is resulting in higher-end retailers who depend on wealthier households feeling the pinch as well. The data shows a number of correlations including that for bouseholds earning more than $100k annually, 42% were living paycheck-to-paycheck in April 2022. That number has crept up to over 49% this past year. .
  9. Netflix must have forgotten what love is since 2017 when it made its famous tweet that “Love is sharing a password.” The company has finally launched its ill-awaited crackdown on password sharing in the US and the UK. The new rules state that subscribers are permitted to share their account with members of their own household, which Netflix defines as “you and the people you live with.” Netflix will begin using a variety of tools, such as IP checking, to spot when people are using another household’s account and prevent them from doing so, or give them the option of adding a household for $7.99/month. The company expects cancellations, but optimistically (or idiotically) predicts that those same people will come back again, which will overall lead to more people paying for subscriptions. .
  10. Laws are changing in Australia to treat BNPL as a credit product. Finally! When was it NOT a form of credit? BNPL should have been recognized as a credit product the day the first BNPL company put up a coming soon landing page. Australia’s Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Financial Services Stephen Jones said that a litany of issues reported to the Australia Securities and Investments Commission have added up to “unacceptable levels of unaffordable lending occurring, largely concentrated amongst low-income borrowers.” He added that “BNPL looks like credit, it acts like credit, it carries the risks of credit.” Jones promised draft legislation in the coming months and the introduction of a final bill to the Australian Parliament by the end of the year, which will include the need for BNPL firms to hold Australian Credit Licenses and comply with Resonspible Lending Obligations. .
  11. Bill Gates said that AI could kill Google Search and Amazon as we know them, and that the technology could radically alter user behaviors, resulting in people never needing to visit a search website again or use certain productivity or shopping tools. Gates remarked that the first company to develop it will have a leg up on competitors. .
  12. A recent study conducted by Lloyds Banking Group revealed that a UK consumer falls victim to a purchasing scam that originates on Facebook or Instagram every seven minutes, resulting in a cost of over £500k per week. (That man is Michael Scott.) The banking group is now urging Meta and other tech giants to take responsibility and contribute to refunding innocent victims of scams. .
  13. Analysts at Bernstein project that Reliance Industries is poised to outpace Amazon and Flipkart in the race for India's $150M e-commerce market, citing the conglomerate's robust retail network, mobile network, and home field advantage as its biggest assets. Reliance already operates the country's largest retail chain with over 18k stores and is leveraging its presence to form partnerships with Meta, Shein, and other companies as a strategic advantage against its competitors. .
  14. Shopify is introducing its POS hardware to the Canadian market. Its mobile selling device, the POS Go, which is built to run Shopify’s POS software, was first rolled out to retailers in the US in 2022. .
  15. Meta announced that ads in Instagram search results will now be available through the Instagram Marketing API, allowing third-party social-management platforms to offer a new Instagram ad-placement type in their apps. Meta began testing the placement in March and are now opening it up to all brands. .
  16. Shein is exploring plans to build a factory in Mexico as one of its manufacturing hubs outside China, which could shorten shipping time and cut distribution costs for customers in Latin America and USA. Earlier this month I reported that Shein is creating a hub in Brazil. .
  17. Amazon opened the first phase of its Metropolitan Park on Monday, its long-awaited second headquarters in Arlington, Virginia that can hold up to 8k employees. However not all Amazon employees are excited about the new office location (or any office location). At least 1,000 office workers are planning a walkout this Wednesday to take a stand against the company's return-to-office mandate. .
  18. The Vietnamese government is putting pressure on TikTok to police its content and remove videos that fall short of the state’s standards, or risk a ban. Eight government departments are targeting toxic content deemed “to pose a threat to the country’s youth, culture and tradition” — including videos that simply criticize college degrees. .
  19. eBay unveiled generative AI on its mobile app to help sellers list new items for sale, however the company forgot to inform sellers and didn't label the icon. When clicked, the icon replaced sellers' entire product descriptions with AI generated text, with no way to recover the original description. .
  20. Boozt AB, a Sweden-based online fashion retailer, blocked 42,000 customers for returning too many items, calling their actions too costly for the company and the environment. The company said that these particular customers represented less than 2% of their 3M customers, but around 25% of the total return volume. .
  21. Twitter withdrew from an agreement with the EU to cut down misinformation on its social network, which the company joined alongside other tech companies in 2018. Thierry Breton, the EU internal market commissioner, noted that fighting disinformation will be a legal obligation from August 25th, due to the EU's Digital Services Act, so the agreement would become irrelevant. .
  22. Jeff Bezos is ripped now! The Amazon founder started working with personal trainer, Wes Okerson, who's also trained Tom Cruise and Gerard Butler, and now he's gotten super buff. This is about the least e-commerce specific news you'll ever see me share in this newsletter, but the Jeff Bezos before / after photo is kind of wild! .
  23. Amazon will close its official Amazon app store in China on July 17, which launched in 2011 as an alternative to the Google Play Store. Amazon noted that its marketplaces and AWS services will remain operational in China. However while it may be leaving China, the Amazon App Store will soon be bringing more Android apps to the Windows ecosystem. The expanded partnership will allow Windows users to access a wider range of Android apps seamlessly. .
  24. Google updated the badges some merchants display for their product listings in Google Search to say “Top Quality Store” instead of the original “Trusted Store” badge. Google said this is just a name and title change and won't have any impact on search rank or performance. .
  25. Auctane, an e-commerce shipping specialist that operates brands such as Metapack, ShipStation, Packlink, ShipEngine, Stamps.com, and others, appointed Albert Ko as its new CEO, who previously served as CEO of EWS, which is best known for the Zelle payments network. Current CEO Nathan Jones will join the company's Board of Directors. .
  26. eCampus.com, a website that sells textbooks and course materials, announced that it would keep offering textbook rentals, even though its retail partner Amazon was exiting the business. The company had been powering the program behind the scenes for Amazon since 2012, and plans to keep it going through its own website. .
  27. Walmart is partnering with Pawp, a veterinary telehealth provider, to offer Walmart+ subscribers free access to virtual veterinarians for a year, starting this week. Currently Pawp charges $99 for an annual membership. .
  28. Alibaba Group said that it aims to hire 15,000 people this year, dismissing rumors circulating that the company planned to cut 20% of its staff. They also mentioned that more than 3,000 of those hires would be newly-graduated students. .
  29. Plus 7 seed rounds, IPOs, and acquisitions of interest including a $12M Series A round by Laced to grow its resale marketplace for authenticated sneakers.
I hope you find this news recap helpful. See you next week!
-PAUL
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2023.05.29 22:35 adventurepaul What's new in e-commerce? - Week of May 29th, 2023

Hi ShopifyeCommerce - I'm Paul and I follow the e-commerce industry closely for my Shopifreaks E-commerce Newsletter. Each week I post a summary recap of this week's top stories, which I cover in depth in the newsletter. .
  1. STAT OF THE WEEK: 70% of e-commerce shoppers experienced shipping delays without any reason provided by the business for the delay. Faced with that experience, 90% of respondents said they are less likely to buy from a brand again after a poor online shopping experience, while 29% say they are increasingly willing to share a negative review online. – According to Koerber .
  2. If some of Temu's deals appear too good to be true — it's because they are! An analysis of the company's supply chain costs by WIRED shows that Temu is losing an average of $30 per order as it throws money at trying to break into the American market. Most of Temu's subsidies are in the form of free international shipping, with even a small package costing the company around $14 to ship to the US (although it offers the shipping for free). When adding in the additional product discounts and cash coupons that Temu gives to customers, the average loss per order jumps to $30. .
  3. The FTC has proposed new rules in the US called “click to cancel” that will impact e-commerce subscriptions — but in a good way for consumers! The rules would require any business selling subscriptions to add a simple cancel mechanism on the same website as the initial transaction, and include the same number of steps. In other words, a “one click subscription” would require a “one click cancelation.” This “click to cancel” rule is part of the FTC's proposed changes to its 1973 Negative Option Rule, which establishes how subscription sellers must communicate offers, ensure consent, manage billing, and simplify cancellation. .
  4. BigCommerce announced new leadership including the appointment of Daniel Lentz as the company's CFO, Chuck Cassidy as its General Counsel, and Hubert Ban as its Chief Accounting Officer. .
  5. Google is launching Product Studio, a new tool that allows Shopping merchants to quickly edit and customize their product images for free using generative AI. According to Google's data, product listings with more than one image typically see a 76% increase in impressions and a 32% increase in clicks compared to listings with a single image. With the new generative AI tool, text prompts can be used within Product Studio to quickly make visual adjustments to product images, such as generating new backgrounds for seasonal campaigns. The tool also allows sellers to instantly remove the existing background of an image if they need a blank backdrop, and increase the quality of small or low resolution images. .
  6. Morning Consult published their annual report of Most Trusted Brands for 2023. The survey ranks roughly 1,500 brands in the US, most of which were dominated by big, well-established names including: #1 Band-Aid, #2 UPS, #3 Amazon, #4 Lysol, #5 Kleenex, #6 Cheerios, #7 Visa, #8 Dove, #9 The Weather Channel, and #10 FedEx .
  7. Axios, in collaboration with market research firm Harris Poll, also ran a recent survey to determine the Most Reputable Brands in the US. The results were very different from Morning Consult's most trusted brands. Only one company overlapped in the top ten which included: #1 Patagonia, #2 Costco, #3 John Deere, #4 Trader Joe's, #5 Chick-fil-A, #6 Toyota, #7 Samsung, #8 Amazon, #9 USAA, and #10 Apple . Bottom of the list included: #90 Family Dollar, #91 Balenciaga, #92 BP, #93 Bitcoin, #94 TikTok, #95 Spirit Airlines, #96 Meta, #97 Twitter, #98 Fox, #99 FTX, and #100 The Trump Organization .
  8. The latest data from PYMNTS shows that high earners are feeling the pinch of credit card debt and that their wages aren't keeping up with inflation. This is resulting in higher-end retailers who depend on wealthier households feeling the pinch as well. The data shows a number of correlations including that for bouseholds earning more than $100k annually, 42% were living paycheck-to-paycheck in April 2022. That number has crept up to over 49% this past year. .
  9. Netflix must have forgotten what love is since 2017 when it made its famous tweet that “Love is sharing a password.” The company has finally launched its ill-awaited crackdown on password sharing in the US and the UK. The new rules state that subscribers are permitted to share their account with members of their own household, which Netflix defines as “you and the people you live with.” Netflix will begin using a variety of tools, such as IP checking, to spot when people are using another household’s account and prevent them from doing so, or give them the option of adding a household for $7.99/month. The company expects cancellations, but optimistically (or idiotically) predicts that those same people will come back again, which will overall lead to more people paying for subscriptions. .
  10. Laws are changing in Australia to treat BNPL as a credit product. Finally! When was it NOT a form of credit? BNPL should have been recognized as a credit product the day the first BNPL company put up a coming soon landing page. Australia’s Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Financial Services Stephen Jones said that a litany of issues reported to the Australia Securities and Investments Commission have added up to “unacceptable levels of unaffordable lending occurring, largely concentrated amongst low-income borrowers.” He added that “BNPL looks like credit, it acts like credit, it carries the risks of credit.” Jones promised draft legislation in the coming months and the introduction of a final bill to the Australian Parliament by the end of the year, which will include the need for BNPL firms to hold Australian Credit Licenses and comply with Resonspible Lending Obligations. .
  11. Bill Gates said that AI could kill Google Search and Amazon as we know them, and that the technology could radically alter user behaviors, resulting in people never needing to visit a search website again or use certain productivity or shopping tools. Gates remarked that the first company to develop it will have a leg up on competitors. .
  12. A recent study conducted by Lloyds Banking Group revealed that a UK consumer falls victim to a purchasing scam that originates on Facebook or Instagram every seven minutes, resulting in a cost of over £500k per week. (That man is Michael Scott.) The banking group is now urging Meta and other tech giants to take responsibility and contribute to refunding innocent victims of scams. .
  13. Analysts at Bernstein project that Reliance Industries is poised to outpace Amazon and Flipkart in the race for India's $150M e-commerce market, citing the conglomerate's robust retail network, mobile network, and home field advantage as its biggest assets. Reliance already operates the country's largest retail chain with over 18k stores and is leveraging its presence to form partnerships with Meta, Shein, and other companies as a strategic advantage against its competitors. .
  14. Shopify is introducing its POS hardware to the Canadian market. Its mobile selling device, the POS Go, which is built to run Shopify’s POS software, was first rolled out to retailers in the US in 2022. .
  15. Meta announced that ads in Instagram search results will now be available through the Instagram Marketing API, allowing third-party social-management platforms to offer a new Instagram ad-placement type in their apps. Meta began testing the placement in March and are now opening it up to all brands. .
  16. Shein is exploring plans to build a factory in Mexico as one of its manufacturing hubs outside China, which could shorten shipping time and cut distribution costs for customers in Latin America and USA. Earlier this month I reported that Shein is creating a hub in Brazil. .
  17. Amazon opened the first phase of its Metropolitan Park on Monday, its long-awaited second headquarters in Arlington, Virginia that can hold up to 8k employees. However not all Amazon employees are excited about the new office location (or any office location). At least 1,000 office workers are planning a walkout this Wednesday to take a stand against the company's return-to-office mandate. .
  18. The Vietnamese government is putting pressure on TikTok to police its content and remove videos that fall short of the state’s standards, or risk a ban. Eight government departments are targeting toxic content deemed “to pose a threat to the country’s youth, culture and tradition” — including videos that simply criticize college degrees. .
  19. eBay unveiled generative AI on its mobile app to help sellers list new items for sale, however the company forgot to inform sellers and didn't label the icon. When clicked, the icon replaced sellers' entire product descriptions with AI generated text, with no way to recover the original description. .
  20. Boozt AB, a Sweden-based online fashion retailer, blocked 42,000 customers for returning too many items, calling their actions too costly for the company and the environment. The company said that these particular customers represented less than 2% of their 3M customers, but around 25% of the total return volume. .
  21. Twitter withdrew from an agreement with the EU to cut down misinformation on its social network, which the company joined alongside other tech companies in 2018. Thierry Breton, the EU internal market commissioner, noted that fighting disinformation will be a legal obligation from August 25th, due to the EU's Digital Services Act, so the agreement would become irrelevant. .
  22. Jeff Bezos is ripped now! The Amazon founder started working with personal trainer, Wes Okerson, who's also trained Tom Cruise and Gerard Butler, and now he's gotten super buff. This is about the least e-commerce specific news you'll ever see me share in this newsletter, but the Jeff Bezos before / after photo is kind of wild! .
  23. Amazon will close its official Amazon app store in China on July 17, which launched in 2011 as an alternative to the Google Play Store. Amazon noted that its marketplaces and AWS services will remain operational in China. However while it may be leaving China, the Amazon App Store will soon be bringing more Android apps to the Windows ecosystem. The expanded partnership will allow Windows users to access a wider range of Android apps seamlessly. .
  24. Google updated the badges some merchants display for their product listings in Google Search to say “Top Quality Store” instead of the original “Trusted Store” badge. Google said this is just a name and title change and won't have any impact on search rank or performance. .
  25. Auctane, an e-commerce shipping specialist that operates brands such as Metapack, ShipStation, Packlink, ShipEngine, Stamps.com, and others, appointed Albert Ko as its new CEO, who previously served as CEO of EWS, which is best known for the Zelle payments network. Current CEO Nathan Jones will join the company's Board of Directors. .
  26. eCampus.com, a website that sells textbooks and course materials, announced that it would keep offering textbook rentals, even though its retail partner Amazon was exiting the business. The company had been powering the program behind the scenes for Amazon since 2012, and plans to keep it going through its own website. .
  27. Walmart is partnering with Pawp, a veterinary telehealth provider, to offer Walmart+ subscribers free access to virtual veterinarians for a year, starting this week. Currently Pawp charges $99 for an annual membership. .
  28. Alibaba Group said that it aims to hire 15,000 people this year, dismissing rumors circulating that the company planned to cut 20% of its staff. They also mentioned that more than 3,000 of those hires would be newly-graduated students. .
  29. Plus 7 seed rounds, IPOs, and acquisitions of interest including a $12M Series A round by Laced to grow its resale marketplace for authenticated sneakers.
For more details on each story, see the full edition: https://www.shopifreaks.com/how-much-money-does-temu-lose-per-orde
What else is new in e-commerce? Share stories of interesting in the comments below (including in your own business) or on shopifreaks.
See you next week.
-PAUL
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2023.05.29 22:09 skrdditor Comment trouver le connecteur qui se branche sur ce capteur ?

Comment trouver le connecteur qui se branche sur ce capteur ?

https://preview.redd.it/7r0oobsdcv2b1.jpg?width=1280&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=0f7b846ae56dcdd39af4653a5b1e7f6fc1c32784
https://preview.redd.it/kbe2icsdcv2b1.jpg?width=283&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=c9eb74d178ff435e51017ab9448adf3e4c53d50e
Il s'agit du contacteur de recul de ma boite de vitesse (le truc qui détecte que tu as enclenché la marche arrière)
C'est la vraie pièce, avec la bonne référence (1805255)
Il marche bien, mais le faisceau qui est branché dessus a été abimé puis les fils directement branchés sur le capteur avec des petites cosses par l'ancien propriétaire.
Aujourd'hui, une des cosses bricolées a lâchée... bon je l'ai remise comme j'ai pu, ça marche.
Je voudrais refaire le faisceau et remettre un connecteur neuf sur le faisceau pour ne plus avoir de soucis, mais comment trouver le bon type de connecteur ?
C'est un truc qui doit valoir 2 euros, mais j'ai l'impression qu'il y'a 50 modèles différents et je ne trouve pas comment identifier le bon.
Même si je démonte la pièce, je ne serais pas bien avancé vu que je ne sais pas comment s'appelle ce type de connecteur.
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2023.05.29 19:26 Practical_Actuary_40 Esque il y a quelquan qui peut m'aider svp :(

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2023.05.29 19:04 Cut-the-lols Error or poor centering?

Error or poor centering?
Apologise in advanced. Not and expert and very new to this. Not sure if the one on the left counts as anything special? The Pokémon company text is cut off the bottom but also visible at the top.
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2023.05.29 17:59 BlankVerse McDonald's and Chick-fil-A are tracking your location to make sure your fries are perfectly crispy when you come collect your mobile order — McDonald's is currently piloting this feature, while Chick-fil-A is rolling it out this summer.

McDonald's and Chick-fil-A are tracking your location to make sure your fries are perfectly crispy when you come collect your mobile order — McDonald's is currently piloting this feature, while Chick-fil-A is rolling it out this summer. submitted by BlankVerse to ChickFilA [link] [comments]


2023.05.29 17:58 BlankVerse McDonald's and Chick-fil-A are tracking your location to make sure your fries are perfectly crispy when you come collect your mobile order — McDonald's is currently piloting this feature, while Chick-fil-A is rolling it out this summer.

McDonald's and Chick-fil-A are tracking your location to make sure your fries are perfectly crispy when you come collect your mobile order — McDonald's is currently piloting this feature, while Chick-fil-A is rolling it out this summer. submitted by BlankVerse to McDonalds [link] [comments]


2023.05.29 17:57 BlankVerse McDonald's and Chick-fil-A are tracking your location to make sure your fries are perfectly crispy when you come collect your mobile order — McDonald's is currently piloting this feature, while Chick-fil-A is rolling it out this summer.

McDonald's and Chick-fil-A are tracking your location to make sure your fries are perfectly crispy when you come collect your mobile order — McDonald's is currently piloting this feature, while Chick-fil-A is rolling it out this summer. submitted by BlankVerse to fastfood [link] [comments]


2023.05.29 17:08 Ar5ene Help with fetching and using data from Node database

I am trying to create a ProductCell which takes the informations about product from the database by using a getAllProduct function. getAllProduct makes a call to a Node.js server which, in turn, takes data from the database and sends it back.
ProductCell is then used in HomeView to display the products.
The problem is that i don't quite understand how to use the data fetched by getAllProducts inside ProductCell, because I keep getting various errors regarding the use of Decoder.
The code is the following:
ProductCell:
import SwiftUI struct ProductCell: View { var product: Product var body: some View { VStack(alignment: .leading, spacing: 4) { product.image Text(product.title) .font(Font.system(size: 15, weight: .regular)) Text("€\(String(format: "%.2f", product.price))") .font(Font.system(size: 15, weight: .regular)) } .aspectRatio(contentMode: .fit) } } struct ProductCell_Previews: PreviewProvider { static var previews: some View { // Dati di anteprima let previewProducts: [Product] = [ Product(from: <#Decoder#>), Product(from: <#Decoder#>) ] // Creazione di un ambiente di anteprima con i dati dei prodotti let previewEnvironment = ProductEnvironment(products: previewProducts) // Inizializzazione della visualizzazione di anteprima utilizzando il primo prodotto if let product = previewProducts.first { return ProductCell(product: product) .environmentObject(previewEnvironment) .alert(isPresented: .constant(false)) { Alert(title: Text("Alert")) } } else { return Text("Nessun prodotto disponibile per l'anteprima") } } } struct ProductEnvironment { var products: [Product] } 
getAllProduct:
func getAllProduct(products: Binding<[Product]>, completion: @escaping (Bool, String) -> Void) { let url = URL(string: "http://127.0.0.1:4000/getAllProduct")! var request = URLRequest(url: url) request.httpMethod = "GET" let task = URLSession.shared.dataTask(with: request) { (data, response, error) in if let error = error { print("Errore nella richiesta: \(error.localizedDescription)") completion(false, "Errore nella richiesta") return } guard let httpResponse = response as? HTTPURLResponse else { print("Risposta non valida") completion(false, "Risposta non valida") return } if httpResponse.statusCode == 200 { // La richiesta è andata a buon fine if let data = data { do { let decoder = JSONDecoder() let decodedData = try decoder.decode([Product].self, from: data) DispatchQueue.main.async { // Aggiorna i dati dei prodotti products.wrappedValue = decodedData } completion(true, "Richiesta completata con successo") } catch { completion(false, "Errore durante il parsing dei dati di risposta: \(error.localizedDescription)") } } else { completion(false, "Nessun dato ricevuto dal server") } } else { // La richiesta ha restituito un codice di stato diverso da 200 print("Codice di stato non valido: \(httpResponse.statusCode)") completion(false, "Codice di stato non valido: \(httpResponse.statusCode)") } } task.resume() } 
HomeView:
import SwiftUI struct HomeView: View { @Binding var products: [Product] @Binding var cart: [Product] @Binding var favorites: [Product] @State private var isLoading = true @State private var loadingError: String? var body: some View { var prods: [[Product]] = [] _ = (products).publisher .collect(products.count % 2 == 1 ? (products.count / 2) + 1 : (products.count / 2)) .collect() .sink(receiveValue: { prods = $0 }) return NavigationView { ScrollView(.vertical, showsIndicators: true) { if isLoading { // Mostra l'indicatore di caricamento ProgressView() .padding() } else if let error = loadingError { // Mostra il messaggio di errore Text(error) .font(Font.system(size: 17, weight: .semibold, design: .rounded)) .foregroundColor(Color.gray) .padding() } else { // Mostra i prodotti HStack(alignment: .top, spacing: 10) { if prods.count > 0 { VStack(alignment: .center, spacing: 8) { ForEach(prods[0], id: \.id_product) { prod in NavigationLink(destination: ProductDetail(product: prod, cart: self.$cart, favorites: self.$favorites) .padding(.horizontal, 16) ) { ProductCell(product: prod) } .buttonStyle(PlainButtonStyle()) } } } if prods.count == 2 { VStack(alignment: .center, spacing: 8) { ForEach(prods[1], id: \.id_product) { prod in NavigationLink(destination: ProductDetail(product: prod, cart: self.$cart, favorites: self.$favorites) .padding(.horizontal, 16) ) { ProductCell(product: prod) } .buttonStyle(PlainButtonStyle()) } } } if prods.count == 0 { VStack(alignment: .center, spacing: 4) { Spacer() Image(systemName: "bag.fill") .resizable() .scaledToFit() .foregroundColor(Color.gray) .frame(width: 40, height: 40, alignment: .center) .padding(.bottom, 20) Text("No Products To Display") .font(Font.system(size: 17, weight: .semibold, design: .rounded)) .foregroundColor(Color.gray) Spacer() } .padding(.bottom, 10) } } .padding() } } .padding(.bottom, 50) .navigationBarTitle("Catalog", displayMode: .inline) .navigationBarHidden(true) } .onAppear { // Effettua la richiesta getAllProduct all'apertura della vista getAllProduct(products: $products) { success, message in if success { isLoading = false loadingError = nil } else { isLoading = false loadingError = message } } } } } struct HomeView_Previews: PreviewProvider { @State static var items: [Product] = [] @State static var cart: [Product] = [] @State static var favorites: [Product] = [] static var previews: some View { HomeView(products: $items, cart: $cart, favorites: $favorites) } } 
And the errors are the following:
ProductCell, line 16: "Static method 'buildExpression' requires that 'String' conform to 'View'",
lines 31 and 32: "Call can throw, but it is not marked with 'try' and the error is not handled",
line 40: "Instance method 'environmentObject' requires that 'ProductEnvironment' conform to 'ObservableObject'"
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2023.05.29 17:03 Big_Coconut_1610 If you order something today and have to provide a name make sure you say "Tom" in honor.

I just did this at Chick-fil-A. My real name is Mike.
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2023.05.29 16:26 Sylfer_DD Les histoires et les émotions

Bonjour à tous !
J'aborde aujourd'hui un sujet qui me tient particulièrement à cœur, à savoir l'impact émotionnel que produisent les histoires chez les receveurs (lecteurs, spectateurs, auditeurs...).
Par nature, nous sommes des êtres doués d'émotions : nous adorons les ressentir, et nous aimons les partager avec nos semblables. Les émotions nous lient, et les histoires sont des moyens très efficaces pour communiquer ces mêmes émotions.
Pourquoi allons-nous au cinéma entre amis ? Quel intérêt d'aller voir ensemble un même film alors que nous pourrions le regarder chacun dans notre coin ? Parce que nous voulons partager les mêmes émotions ensemble, au même moment.
Pourquoi voulons-nous conseiller une œuvre qui nous a touchés aux gens autour de nous ? Après tout, nous l'avons personnellement expérimenté et nous en avons déjà tiré satisfaction. Pourquoi le conseiller alors ? Parce que nous voulons que d'autres personnes ressentent les mêmes émotions que nous à la découverte de l'œuvre. D'ailleurs, nous sommes un peu déçus quand les réactions des personnes s'opposent aux nôtres.
Tout ça pour répéter que nous aimons ressentir les émotions (certaines plus que d'autres bien évidemment) et nous aimons les partager. S'il y avait une possibilité d'appuyer sur un bouton pour injecter des émotions dans nos veines, je pense que nous serions tous accros. La musique est, je pense, ce qu'il y a de plus proche de la parfaite machine à produire des émotions. Il n'y a qu'à voir les foules en délire devant les musiciens populaires, et la chair de poule qui nous saisit en écoutant LA musique qui nous touche.
Mais pour l'heure, nous allons plutôt nous intéresser aux histoires qui nous entourent. À mon sens, le principal intérêt d'une histoire est de faire ressentir des émotions aux receveurs. Les personnages, les conflits, les settings sont autant d'éléments qui servent ce rôle. Si on y réfléchit bien, on se dirige vers un genre en particulier parce qu'on veut ressentir une gamme spécifique d'émotions : la peur pour les histoires d'horreur, la fièvre amoureuse pour les romances (un large éventail d'émotions, comme l'attirance, la jalousie, la tristesse, le plaisir...), l'humour pour la comédie, etc. À noter que la catégorisation est difficile pour certains genres comme la fantasy, où il y a beaucoup de sous-catégories et variantes qui ont des impacts émotionnels différents.
Si le livre qui est censé appartenir à un genre particulier ne délivre pas les émotions promises, alors le receveur sera déçu. Si je prends un livre humoristique et que je ne ris à aucun moment, alors l'histoire a échoué dans son objectif. Si je prends une histoire considérée comme une romance, et que le couple principal est sans alchimie et ne suscite rien chez moi (ou uniquement de la frustration), alors la romance est ratée. Si une histoire est censée être une tragédie et que j'éclate de rire... Bon, vous avez compris où je veux en venir.
En tant que conteur, vous devez utiliser tous les éléments à votre disposition pour déclencher une réaction émotionnelle chez le receveur. Le truc que vous voulez à tout prix éviter, c'est de l'ennuyer. Aujourd'hui, nous sommes entourés de tellement de distractions que notre attention est sans cesse tiraillée. Si vous commencez votre histoire par la présentation de l'univers, des dieux, des continents, des races principales, de la politique ambiante, etc. en mode professeur d'histoire ennuyeux, alors vous avez perdu l'attention du receveur. Si, par contre, vous parvenez à diluer ces informations dans une scène où le personnage point de vue essaie d'accomplir quelque chose mais qu'il est confronté à un ou plusieurs obstacles, alors c'est tout de suite plus intéressant.
Parmi toutes les émotions, l'une qui est la plus facile à exploiter, c'est la colère et ses variantes (indignation, frustration, etc.) ; peut-être même plus que la curiosité. Le rage bait est une stratégie très utilisée aujourd'hui par les médias pour susciter des discussions et des clics. Comment réunir plusieurs personnes sous la même bannière ? Comment opposer les peuples ? De quoi parlent les collègues à midi après avoir été convoqués à une réunion où le chef n'a fait que réprimander ? En tant que conteur, il est très aisé de susciter la colère, que ce soit volontairement ou non. Mettez en scène une injustice, par exemple des jeunes qui agressent quelqu'un en position d'infériorité, et vous avez déjà un commencement d'indignation. Faites intervenir un personnage point de vue et vous suscitez des émotions positives envers lui tout en canalisant la colère contre les agresseurs. Ça peut paraître bête, mais en tant qu'être humain, nous avons des prédispositions à réagir d'une façon prévisible face à certains types d'événements.
Ces scènes nous marquent émotionnellement car elles nous touchent : notre vécu personnel nous prédispose à ressentir. Le dernier exemple peut d'ailleurs choquer : ne serait-ce pas instrumentaliser le violence conjugale dans le seul but de susciter l'indignation ? Vous avez raison, c'est un sujet très sensible à manier avec précaution car peut aboutir à un fridging : la "femme dans le frigo" est un trope qui n'est pas perçu de manière positive, bien qu'utilisé dans certains films à succès (Gladiator, Braveheart, par exemple). Vous pouvez vous renseigner.
Sur un ton moins grave, quelle est la principale recette du succès d'One Piece ? Un équipage attachant, soudé par l'amitié et la confiance, qui rétablit la justice à chaque endroit où il débarque. Simple ? Oui. Facile ? Non. Il ne suffit pas de connaître la recette pour faire un bon gâteau. L'exécution est maître, et c'est ça qui fait la différence entre un débutant et quelqu'un d'expérimenté. Si l'exécution est mauvaise, la main de l'auteur peut apparaître et la suspension consentie de l'incrédulité est perturbée. Une scène destinée à émouvoir peut alors être considérée comme trop tire-larmes ou mélodramatiques selon les sensibilités de chacun.
Les tropes que nous retrouvons dans les fictions existent car ce sont des éléments efficaces pour construire des situations à fort impact émotionnel. Pourquoi l'histoire du fermier qui devient un héros qui sauve le monde ? Ce genre de situation où le protagoniste est un underdog favorise les tensions et les conflits. Pourquoi le mentor meurt ? Pour laisser la place au héros et pour faire écho à notre propre douleur d'être d'orphelin ou de le devenir. Pourquoi est-ce que le héros doit se trouver dans une situation de quasi-défaite avant de pouvoir triompher du grand méchant ? Pour augmenter la tension et les enjeux, ce qui a pour effet de rendre la victoire plus satisfaisante encore. Bref, les tropes existent car ils remplissent parfaitement leur rôle de créer des situations émotionnelles.
En racontant votre histoire, vous pouvez éprouver le besoin d'expliquer, de clarifier, par crainte de perdre le receveur, ou par envie de montrer votre travail de worldbuilding. Il y a de fortes chances que votre énorme travail sur le système de magie super original ait le même effet qu'un somnifère si vous ne donnez pas des raisons au receveur d'y accorder de l'attention. Résistez à l'envie de prendre le receveur par les mains : laissez-le être actif et tirer ses propres conclusions. Ne lui dites pas ce qu'il doit ressentir ; faites-le ressentir. Et pour cela, un travail sur l'immersion est à effectuer, notamment sur le point de vue utilisé, les techniques de show don't tell, etc.
Bref, quand vous racontez votre histoire, ayez en tête que votre but n'est pas seulement de transmettre des informations. Pour ça, nous avons l'école ou Wikipédia. Votre but est de transmettre des émotions, en utilisant les instruments à votre disposition : des mots pour les écrivains, des images pour les artistes picturaux, des mélodies pour les musiciens, etc. Les histoires sont extrêmement puissantes : ne les utilisons-nous pas à des fins de propagande politique ou religieuse depuis la nuit des temps ?
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2023.05.29 15:01 UNoWho17 Why doesn't Chick-fil-a Offer coffer on DoorDash?

I know they have their own app & delivery drivers but they're always slow and seem to always drop my food off at the wrong address.
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2023.05.29 14:03 miarrial Pourquoi les hommes sont en train de perdre leur chromosome Y

Pourquoi les hommes sont en train de perdre leur chromosome Y
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C’est une découverte scientifique qui avait fait l’effet d’une bombe: les chromosomes Y sont en train de disparaître chez les hommes. Cela veut-il dire que notre humanité est vouée à l’extinction? Pas si vite. Des chercheurs viennent d’identifier un tout nouveau gène qui offre une lueur d’espoir quant à la survie de notre espèce.
Tokudaia osimensis a la particularité de pouvoir se passer du chromosome Y, contrairement à la plupart des mammifères mâles
Si vous vous rappelez de vos cours de biologie, vous vous souvenez sans doute que ce sont deux petits chromosomes, le X et le Y, qui définissent le sexe biologique d’un enfant à naître: XX et il sera féminin, XY et il sera masculin. Cela vaut pour l’être humain, comme pour beaucoup d’autres espèces. Mais voilà: le chromosome Y pourrait bien être amené à disparaître.

Des gènes en voie de disparition

Ce chromosome Y contient très peu de gènes: près de 55 contre près de 900 pour son camarade, le X. Une configuration que l’on retrouve chez la plupart des mammifères… sauf chez l’ornithorynque d’Australie. Ses chromosomes sexuels à lui comportent le même nombre de gènes actifs.
Cette découverte suggère donc, aux yeux des scientifiques, que le chromosome Y se serait dégradé chez l’être humain au fil des années, perdant peu à peu ses gènes. Quelque 900 gènes actifs auraient ainsi été perdus en 166 millions d’années.
Ce qui explique cette dégénérescence de l’Y? La question fait encore débat. Par contre, on sait qu’à ce rythme (soit cinq gènes perdus par million d’années), les gènes restant auraient tous disparu d’ici… 11 millions d’années.
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Le SRY, un gène clé

Même si, ici encore, les projections divergent, cela signifie que l’être humain devrait donc «perdre» son chromosome Y à l’avenir. Or, s’il contient nettement moins de gènes que son acolyte, le chromosome Y comporte cependant un gène capital: le SRY. C’est ce «gène maître» qui déclenche la différenciation sexuelle, autrement dit, le développement des caractéristiques mâles chez l’embryon (testicules et hormones).
En théorie donc, la perte de ce chromosome et de ses gènes devrait entraîner la disparition des mâles et par conséquent, la fin d’une espèce. Mais la découverte d’un petit rongeur japonais est venue mettre fin à ces sinistres projections.
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La disparition du Y: quelles implications pour notre humanité?

Avec la fin de vie annoncée de notre chromosome Y (et donc du gène clé SRY) se pose une question: cela signifie-t-il que notre espèce, l’humanité, est à terme condamnée? Une récente découverte scientifique à ce sujet a de quoi rassurer. Et c’est aux rats japonais que l’on doit ce ‘ouf’ de soulagement.
En effet, le Tokudaia osimensis (ou rat épineux du Japon), qui habite l’île nipponne de Amami Oshima, intrigue les scientifiques depuis des décennies pour la simple et bonne raison qu’ils vivent… sans chromosome Y. Seuls persistent les X. Leur espèce compte pourtant bien des individus de sexe masculin, d’autres de sexe féminin. Et surtout, elle ne s’est pas éteinte pour autant.

Un changement de génome minime…

Par leur particularité, ces rats épineux font donc l’objet d’études depuis trois décennies. Des biologistes de l’université japonaise d’Hokkaido se sont penchés sur le cas de ces petits rongeurs. Ils ont compris que certains gènes anciennement présents sur le Y se sont retrouvés sur d’autres chromosomes X. Quant au gène SRY? Il a tout bonnement disparu. Sans s’être déplacé ailleurs, ni avoir donné lieu à un équivalent avant de s’éteindre. Mais alors, qu’est-ce qui provoque la différenciation sexuelle chez ces rongeurs? En affinant leurs recherches, les scientifiques japonais ont pu percer le mystère.
Ils ont ainsi identifié une minuscule duplication génétique uniquement présente chez les mâles Tokudaia osimensis. C’est ce petit bout d’ADN dupliqué qui contient tous les éléments nécessaires à l’activation du gène Sox9. Ce gène sexuel est celui qui est responsable de la formation des attributs masculins. Un gène sexuel qui est activé par le SRY chez tous les autres mammifères.
Autrement dit: cette séquence ADN, appelée Enh14, se substitue à la fonction du SRY dans la détermination du sexe. Entraînant ainsi un renouvellement des chromosomes sexuels.
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… pour de grandes conséquences

Selon ces scientifiques, qui font état de leur découverte dans un article paru dans le PNAS [Proceedings of the National Academy of Science], cette évolution aurait pris pas moins de deux millions d’années pour se mettre en place chez les rongeurs.
Il semblerait donc qu’au final l’Y ne soit pas entièrement nécessaire à la survie d’une espèce. Et qu’un nouveau gène déterminant le sexe biologique pourrait apparaître chez l’être humain.
Mais ce «nouveau gène» soulève son lot de questions. Quid de son évolution à long terme? Verra-t-on un jour plusieurs espèces différentes d’êtres humains frôler la Terre? Pour le savoir, rendez-vous dans 11 millions d’années!
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2023.05.29 13:46 GFnewbie What is your favorite GF meal at a restaurant? Name the restaurant and meal. Sharing and receiving information. *No negative comments* If eating out is not your thing then this post is not for you!!!

My go to for eating out is Chick Fil A. I get the grilled nuggets and waffle fries. Always does well with my GF dietary restrictions.
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2023.05.29 13:35 Ok-Acanthisitta-341 Comment rajouter ma conjointe de fait en tant que propriétaire?

Bonjour à tous,
Comment puis-je faire en sorte que ma conjointe et moi soyons tous les deux considérés comme propriétaires à parts égales de la propriété que j'ai acquise avant de la rencontrer.
Nous sommes ensemble depuis 10 ans, avons 3 enfants et au fil du temps dans la pratique nous avons contribué touts les deux a ce bien.
Est-il possible de le faire sans déclencher une charge financière et fiscale importante ?
À noter que nous ne sommes pas mariés, mais en union de fait.
Merci!
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2023.05.29 11:01 gwn_grd0 Comment abordé une fille par message (sans passer pour un gros lourd) ?

J'ai rencontré une fille a une soirée il y a 2 jour et le courant est bien passé, on rigolait, on parlais musique etc... nous avons également échangé nos Instagram.
au fil de la conversation on en est venu a se poser des questions sur nos goûts musicaux etc et je lui ai dit une de mes chansons préféré du moment, elle a eu l'air surprise car c'était également la sienne
dans le but de lancer la conversation j'ai eu l'idée de mettre une story avec la dites musiques en éspérant que ça la danse réagir mais rien...
comment pourrais-je engager la conversation ?
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2023.05.29 10:43 FarPainter5496 Abordé une fille par message (sans passer pour un gros lourd)

J'ai rencontré une fille a une soirée il y a 2 jour et le courant est bien passé, on rigolait, on parlais musique etc... nous avons également échangé nos Instagram.
au fil de la conversation on en est venu a se poser des questions sur nos goûts musicaux etc et je lui ai dit une de mes chansons préféré du moment, elle a eu l'air surprise car c'était également la sienne
dans le but de lancer la conversation j'ai eu l'idée de mettre une story avec la dites musiques en éspérant que ça la danse réagir mais rien...
comment pourrais-je engager la conversation ?
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2023.05.29 09:39 Huge-Blueberry- Just a Thought Rampage that Needed Released. Thoughts Welcome

I have a position with Amazon secured in 2 weeks. It’ll be my second time back. The problem I ran into last time working for the company was how tempting vto and upt were. I was barely working 25 hours a week which led to a bout of homelessness and back to living with my dear old grandfather. Fast forward six months , w jail sentence, a job at chick fil a for a week and I’m still in the same position as I was; if not worse. (Mental health help is coming in the following months)
I applied for a night shift 5:30pm- 6am wed-Saturday.
I was applying to multiple positions in my job search and Amazon was always supposed to be the backup. I found an intriguing position spotting cars for repo for 12.50hr OR 50$ for every car pulled that night. 75$ on your nights off. The shift Sunday-Thurs 8pm-5am OR Mon-Friday 7am-4pm
If the amount of cars picked up in two weeks is less than the 12.50 hr rate - you’re paid the 12.50 It seems that most shoot for 10-12 a week. And an extra day “can always be picked up” I was hoping to have heard back from this job before my new hire appointment at Amazon but that didn’t happen. I still have 2 weeks before my start date; But I’m running in circles in my mind if I should still try to shoot for this job with the towing company. It seems more involved, less monotonous- but the financial security is on a teeter totter While my ability to work mindlessly at Amazon is slim to none- I at least know IF I suffer through it what to expect in my bank every week.
I’m having trouble deciding if I should call ERC and withdraw my application until a further date- or if I should even try the towing company at all. I’ve been making poor choices for the last three years and I’m ready to find real stability and financial freedom. I want to be able to find a new car- and I want to be able to finance or purchase an RV to live in full time in the next year. That’s the goal. But how to get there idk.
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2023.05.29 08:07 ryebreadtangerine Walmart Gift Cards Chick Fil a

Click for Walmart Gift Cards Chick Fil a. To get started, simply visit the website and find the perfect coupon, promo code or discount deals for you.
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