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Working out the costs of running a bus service through the day [link]
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People matter - but there is a tradeoff between different people in there [link]
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Building up from a small PHP setup to an enterprise one [Link]
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vargs in Python - how to call a method with unknown number of parameters
In C, a few functions such as printf can take a variable number of arguments, and it's possible (but not common) for you to write functions like that too. In Python, though, it's much more common. In declaring a function, you can specify:   a) Mandatory parameters, just with a name ... [more]
Filtering PHP form inputs - three ways, but which should you use?
There's a vital need to validate user inputs in PHP - to make sure that users have put something sensible into the boxes on your forms. And there are multiple ways of doing this: a) You can check the incoming strings against regular expressions. In the old days you may have used the ereg ... [more]
What is a web framework?
When you write web applications, there are many features you'll need which mirror features other people have needed too. Now - there's nothing to stop you writing your own code (maybe in Ruby, Python or Perl) including these features ... but wouldn't it be better to use the feature set that someone ... [more]

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