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2810 - A course review - for the tutor to complete
A Course is for the delegates .... but it's really nice if the tutor gets a little out of it too. And usually I do! I run private courses at Company's offices on a regular basis - about 30% of my teaching time is on the road. I always ask my delegates to complete course evaluation forms as they ....

2809 - Frankfurt in 90 minutes
With just 90 minutes to change between trains in Frankfurt on Friday, I didn't have time for more than a quick walk around the city - but that was long enough, on a lovely day, to take a series of pictures. Have a look at the slide show [here] ....

2808 - From home to Nurnberg - journey pictures
Rather that put the whole "slide show" of my journey last weekend on the blog, I'll just post up the one picture. If you want to see the rest of them [click here]. ....

2807 - Canal through Melksham - the options and issues
The old Wilts and Berks canal ran from the Kennet and Avon Canal (pictured) at Semington through Melksham, between Chippenham and Calne, past Wootton Bassett, through Swindon and on along the Vale of the White Horse passing close to Wantage before connecting to the river Thames at Abingdon. It was ....

2806 - Macho matching - do not do it!
There's something vaguely macho about doing a grand regular expression match to do all your filtering in a single line of code - but being macho may be less than efficient. It may be far better to do two shorter matches, with the first quickly rejecting records which don't need to be handled in deta ....

2805 - How are you getting on?
Have you ever asked someone to do something for you ... a long task, and you would like a progress report? "How are you getting on?" you'll ask ... and they'll give you an update - "I'm 75% of the way through" they'll say or - perhaps even more helpfully - "I'm nearly there, and I have some good r ....

2804 - Regular Expression Myths
Does this look good to you?   /.*\S+[@]\S+.*/ It shows some regular expression myths that I would like to explode! Myth 1. If you want to match a specific character, you must put it in square brackets. WRONG ... Square Brackets are a grouping - if you're looking to match just a single ....

2803 - Travelling across Europe
Yesterday was a long day of traveling for me - but a pleasure too; "across Europe by train". Perhaps some of the more traveled readers can tell me some of the places I was at?         There are plenty of clues (and in other articles too) for you to work out where I've bee ....

2802 - After the Perl course in Nurnberg
The human body is a very efficient heater ... and it's surprising just how much heat is put out by equipment such as laptop computers. So the last three days in Nuremberg, training a group of 20 in what I'm told is a heatwave for here has been hot. That was 21 people + 21 laptops = 42 heate ....

2801 - Binary data handling with unpack in Perl
During today's Perl course, I was asked to provide an example of the unpack function for extracting multiple values from a piece of data - typically binary data extracted from a file into a scalar variable. Dorothy-2:de$ perl imgsize sd*.gif sd1.gif is GIF, 89a, 450 by 250 sd2.gif is GIF, 89a, 250 ....

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