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2868 - A move towards the family
Over the weekend, Chris and Delene moved - from Calne to Melksham, from a shorter term home to one where they hope to settle down for many years, and from one which was just a house to one which has some very specific features and prospects that can make it truly their home. With a short move, and ....

2867 - Cycling in Melksham, and looking forward
At the West of England partnership meeting last Tuesday, I attended one session that was looking towards healthier and greener transport; to a very great extent, that session had been taken over by the advocates of cycling - and indeed they had the most dramatic increases in cycling to report, and i ....

2866 - Ruby - how does it compare and where is it the right language?
I heard Ruby described as "Perl Five and a Half" - and I thought "how apt". Perl is an excellent programming language - it's especially excellent as glueware or middleware, where it melds together differing technologies, protocols, utilities and other programs to provide a total solution. But Perl ....

2865 - Relationships between Java classes - inheritance, packaging and others
When you're designing classes in Java, you need to consider their relationship with one another in various ways. • You need to consider class INHERITANCE - which classes are based on which other classes. For example, a Pet could be based on (i.e. extended from) an Animal. • You need to ....

2864 - Changing with weather and seasons
In relation to attractions in Melksham. Here's an admission. I've been down to the Conigre Mead Nature Reserve in Melksham a number of times, and quite frankly found it difficult to understand what all the fuss is about. As a wild area, I hadn't expected "post card pretty", but never the less I s ....

2863 - Writing a server in Java
My standard recommendation these days is that you don't write your own low level network code - but rather you use standard protocols and classes - i.e. that you use tried and tested ways of exchanging data. And on that basis, you'll find that our public training courses cover things like talking t ....

2862 - Fail Safe Error Handling in Java via Exceptions
"What could possibly go wrong?" ... The usual answer from a cynic is "anything, and usually at the most inconvenient time, and in the most unexpected way!". So checking for routine errors in your program code is a good start, but it doesn't go far enough; you need to be able to handle errors which ....

2861 - MySQL and Java - connectivity past, present, and future thoughts
MySQL has migrated from MySQL AB (1995 to 2008) to Sun (2008 to 2010) to Oracle (from 27 Jan 2010) wizard:java graham$ /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql -uwellho -p Enter password: Welcome to the MySQL monitor. Commands end with ; or \g. Your MySQL connection id is 3 Server version: 5.1.48 MySQL Communi ....

2860 - What methods are available on this Java object?
Q: "What can I do with an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException?" for example ... A: Use the javap utility to ask what methods are available on the class ... and descent into its base class structure too, using further javap calls: wizard:java graham$ javap java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException Compil ....

2859 - Using java, javac, jar, and CLASSPATH - a simple example
What Version of Java am I running? How do I edit, compile and run a Java program? What does this error message mean? How do I puts lots of classes into a single file, then run them from that file? How do I see what's in that file? How do I get Java to look for a class it needs in a series of ....

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