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3045 - After Course Resources - do we publish sample answers. Example from Java Exceptions module.
At the end of each module on our courses, there's an exercise for the delegates. It lets them make use of many of the elements they've learned about to consolidate their knowledge. And it helps me evaluate, as they work through the exercise, how they are progressing; I can "mop up" any major eleme ....

3044 - Changing a Servlet - more that just editing and compiling
If you're going to modify a servlet, you'll need to edit and recompile the classes that you're changing - and chances are that will include the main application class. Which means you need to have access to the source. Not a problem if you're a developer of the product, but could be an issue if it ....

3043 - Gathering information - logging - with log4j. First steps.
Generating information about processes as they run - who has visited a server, where orders have been received from, noting which requests have been slow - are all vital elements of debugging and monitoring processes. And this information gathering all comes under the title of "logging". Anyone ....

3042 - Least Common Ancestor - what is it, and a Least Common Ancestor algorithm implemented in Perl
Imagine you have a tree - a series of leaves which join together as you head towards the root into bigger and bigger branches. The "Least Common Ancestor" is the point at which the branches from two leaves you have chosen come together. In computing, such a tree structure is very common - files an ....

3041 - Java - basic rules for arithmetic, variables and conversion
Declare - Initialise - use - the sequence for Java variables • All Java variables must be declared before they are initialised • All Java variables must be initialised to a value before their current value is used So: 1. Declare (i.e. define the type of variable and the name 2. Set an in ....

3040 - Doing several things at the same time - Java threads
If you have a program that you want to do several tasks at the same time, you can use threads (in Java). You create a runnable object through a constructor, start it when you want it to start and stop it when you want it to stop. And it runs in parallel with (in reality time shared with) other thr ....

3039 - Fresh Paint - Java Arrays
I've just applied a coat of fresh paint to some of our Java examples - Arrays in Java - and added the refurbished examples on the web site. The great news is that the old code just worked (I love compatability) but I have much improved the comments. 1. [code] - a 2 dimensional array (or strictly ....

3038 - Setting up individual variables, and arrays, in Java - some commented examples
In Java, variables must be defined before they have an initial value assigned to them, and they must have an initial value assigned to them before the value thay contain is used; there's no automatic assumption that a new name is a variable, nor is there an assumption made of what type of data a var ....

3037 - Looking back and forward personally - 6 years each way
When I started this blog in 2004, I was a father, and I ran a training company and we worked from home with minimum extra help. I didn't wear glasses, I was just a regular (sleeping) member of the Chamber of Commerce and FSB, and I didn't know a lot about the area I lived in, or its governance. We h ....

3036 - Sending out an email containing HTML from within a PHP page
The mail function in PHP allows you to send a plain text email in a single function call from within your script but please read the cautions at the end of this post before you do so!. How do you send out something in HTML format, though? The mail function takes an additional (fourth) parameter of ....

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