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2880 - Getting in touch - Please allow me to see you when you are online
We're coming up to ten years of training in Melksham - and over those ten years, I have trained (literally) thousands of delegate here (Wow - what a lot of business for Melksham!). Add to that at least the same number of delegates trained on customer sites, and all the people I taught in the previou ....

2879 - Night Porter and reception - 24 hours a day?
We're a "small hotel" and we don't have a member of staff on reception / service 24 hours a day, and seven days a week. We are available (on call) at the press of a button while you're staying with us, and will be with you within a few minutes if you need us. It would only be practical for us to go ....

2878 - Program for reliability and efficiency - do not duplicate, but rather share and re-use
When you're writing a new piece of code - especially if you're also quite new to programming - you'll be concentrating so much on getting it to work that you may not be giving too much thought to making it easy look after your code later on (maintainance), nor to sharing a piece of code between pro ....

2877 - Further more advanced Perl examples
I've uploaded a further batch of new examples (that makes around 40 in total!) from the private Perl course that I ran from Wednesday through Saturday last week - many of them adding a new twist on to previous examples. If you read a comment below and thing "that's what I'm looking for an example ....

2876 - Different perl examples - some corners I rarely explore
The private Perl course that I ran on Wednesday through Friday of last week was a little out of the ordinary as we were concentrating far more that usual on a wide variety of practices that may be found - either in legacy code or advanced recent code. Great fun for me, and plenty of new examples. ....

2875 - A long day in Melksham ...
After breakfast, I started early (yes - I know it's Saturday!) reviewing Perl code (you can see here a sample piece of code which I projected and looked for 'issues' in with the group.) The on to the Party in the Park - you can see here the stand that was set up and run by Chris and Miriam, Colin a ....

2874 - Unpacking a Perl string into a list
In Perl, you can extract data from a string in a lot of different ways. You can split the string if you want to use a uniform separator, you can use a regular expression if you want to grab out bits that match a pattern, and you can use substr to extract data based on specific character positions. ....

2873 - Another toot of the trumpet
Just occasionally, I'll indulge myself and post a customer accolade - with the customer's permission, of course. Hi,I was looking for current happenings in bathtubs industry whilst I came to know about your site, Horse Mouth has had impressive content to read that I spent nearly an hour and kept re ....

2872 - Moved - Melksham Lorry Park
It was last month that a public meeting in Melksham decided that the Lorry section that's been in King Street Card Park for many years should be closed to all HGVs and PSVs as soon as possible, and the signage for "temporary" closure has now arrived. [article]. Here it is ... and the fully published ....

2871 - Moving from Python 2.6 to Python 3
When should you move your development to Python 3? When you're good and ready and you're certain that you'll not need to run your code on Python 2 again. Up to that point, the 2to3 utility will convert code for you. Here's an example where I converted a short example script called "london" - us ....

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