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Are table lookups, like get_table_rows, included in CPU/NET resource calculation?

If a smart contract includes user data, would our smart contract be charged CPU/NET resources to do lookups on those tables, or is it only charged for transfers and actions etc.
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Ethereum event logs equivalent for EOS

One of the solutions for saving quite a lot data in Ethereum Smart contracts is to log data by emitting event, which saves our gas. Is EOS quite similar? Does it provide us with the very same ...
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How cpu, ram works for eos and are transactions free?

I'm a little bit fuzzy about what's going on for eos. All say transactions are free, but what you do is you make a stake. My questions are: 1) What is a stake? 2) After making a stake, what cpu and ...
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How long is the reset period of the cpu bandwith?

I can not find reliable information regarding the CPU bandwidth reset period. It is important for dApp developers because it affects costs for resources. I heard some say it is 24 hours, others say ...
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How to calculate memory quota, net bandwidth and cpu bandwidth limit in an account?

Suppose account aaa will have a total of 10 EOS with 1 EOS staked for net bandwidth and 1 EOS staked for cpu bandwidth. And no other account will delegate resources to account aaa. How can we ...
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Can we unstake all of staked eos tokens?

I have an account with 90 eos staked for cpu bandwidth, and it shows 7 ms used with this account. My question is that is it possible to unstake all the 90 eos?
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Understanding the role of bandwidth and resource allocation

I’m having trouble conceptualizing how bandwidth works in EOS. The RAM part makes sense- peristant storage for smart contracts, used the bancor algorithm to calculate ram price, etc. What exactly is ...
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What EOS Chain Information/Interaction do you wish was more publicly available?

I've decided to build a website that will display chain metrics as it relates to EOSIO. I am thinking of integrating with Scatter. My initial ideas are to show: Cost Per Byte of RAM currently and ...
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What is net weight?

EOS dapp developer can buy cpu weight and net weight. I think cpu weight is gas in ethereum. But I can't understand what net weight is. What is the purpose of net weight? And Is bandwidth in EOS ...
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How do EOS manage bandwidth or abusing?

I heard that address in EOS is human readable id. But I worry that abuser make so many id. How do EOS prevent abusing? And I also heard fee in EOS is zero. Can developer deploy contract freely? And ...
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Is it possible to choose who pays for CPU time?

Let’s say a a contract calls inline or deferred another contract. Can it choose who pays for the CPU? And in th case of an action called from a user transaction, it is possible to choose who pays for ...
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How to avoid excessive concentration?

How does the protocol prevent Block Producers (stake pools, I assume) to concentrate too much and make the consensus less robust? How does the protocol prevent bandwidth holders (EOS holders)from ...