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3145 - Structures v Structure Pointers in C. How, which, why.
A Structure in C is a series of sequential memory locations in which you may store and access all the various attributes of a piece of composite data; you define what each of the member elements is with a typedef and then declare variables of that new type. There's a simple example [here] which def ....

3144 - Setting up arrays in C - fixed size at compile time, or dynamic
You can store a whole series of data values of the same type in an array in C. The easiest way to declare an array is something like:   int history[20]; and that will give you an array of 20 elements - which you can refer to as elements number 0 to 19, so:   history[4] = 1234; ....

3143 - On time
Do we need to be on time? Well ... if I go to the station at 07:20 - that's a minute late for the 07:19 - there's a good chance that I'll have missed the train and have to make alternative arrangements to get where I need to be. Even a few seconds and "sorry, mate - I've already closed the doors; ....

3142 - Private and Public - and things between
A public train service is one which is available for anyone to travel on; a private one only takes limited passengers as invites / made available by the operator. And there could be intermediate levels too - I understand that at times the British Transport Police protect the last train from Weymout ....

3141 - Wiltshire Rail services - a golden opportunity
This year, some small decisions will be made on future rail services. But they'll be big, big decisions as far a the TransWilts rail line is concerned. They'll have the most profound effect - for years to come - on the communities of the TransWilts corridor. Will the road from Trowbridge to the M ....

3140 - Django - separating the HTML from the view / model
This is the third section on Django - the Python based web framework. See first Step 1 and Step 2. Let's add another view of our data to our Django app - using DRY techniques, this will be a short piece of coding but I'll take the opportunity to add in and explain a few more features that you'll p ....

3139 - Steering our Python courses towards wxPython, SQLite and Django
With our modular courses that we write ourselves, we've well placed to move forward with technology; more often than not, what's needed is a series of gentle changes, adding in the occasional module for private courses where a particular new subject is needed, with it being introduced into public co ....

3138 - Django - adding your own views, and then templating your views.
Django is a web framework in Python using DRY (Do not repeat yourself) principles. It usually uses data held in a database such as SQLite or MySQL, which is maintained separately from the look and feel of the web site. This is the second article in a series. For the first article in this series - ....

3137 - Training Classes - should the training company provide a system for each delegate to use?
Background. We provide training courses in IT subjects - we specialize in "Open Source" programming languages such as Python, Lua, Perl and PHP, but also offer some associated topics such as SQL, and some Linux including administration training for server configuration and deployment. All of our co ....

3136 - A framework with python - Django - first steps
What is Django and what do I need to be able to use it? Django is a framework - a tool that lets you create, customise, run and maintain web sites in which the data is stored in database tables. It uses the DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) philospohy of design - quite the opposite of early web sites, wh ....

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