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2716 - Melksham in Pictures
I was feeling "out of sorts" yesterday - and the spring weather (and an urgent request for pictures for use by our twin town of Avon) gave me an excellent excuse to talk a walk round, spring clean my picture library, and put together a new slide show of Melksham. You can start the slide show [here] ....

2715 - Uploading an image, document or pdf via a browser (php)
One of the most popular scripts on our web site is a demonstration, with full source code, of how you can upload data from a browser, store it into a MySQL database, pull it back from that database, and display it within a new or future response pages. But there's a lot of steps in that upload - st ....

2714 - A simple example - XML from a Ruby program
The REXML module is supplied with the Ruby distribution and provides a neat way of handling XML data in Ruby. There is a very wide range of methods available, though, and sometimes it's hard to see the wood for the trees. So here - to start - is the [full source] of an application which reads an ....

2713 - History is all around us
Some images from the last few days - all taken close to home in Melksham (some very close indeed!) ... Woolmore House at Bowerhill on the Melksham to Devizes Road was built by George Hulbert in 1631. It is believed to have been built to a plan of Inigo Jones. [source]. Also [here]. Erected in 1838 ....

2712 - A more informed decision than ever before
They're off! Gordon Brown fired the starting gun the other day - and I was most impressed that by the time that I came out of Well House Manor that evening, there were Orange posters up across the road. I feel more involved - much more involved - in this general election. For I know, (and rather m ....

2711 - For loop - checked once, or evety time? Ruby v Perl comparison and contrast
Although may aspects of Ruby are inherited (in a non-OO way!) from Perl, there are some distinct differences too; a classic for loop in Perl has its end condition checked every time around the loop, but a Ruby for loop sets up an iterator at the start, so that if something changes within the loop ev ....

2710 - __index and __newindex in Lua - metatable methods
When you call up an element in a table in Lua, it's like accessing an array element - and it works well. But you can go further by associating a metatable with a table - that's another table with a whole lot of extras - and that allows you to alter the behaviour of the original table. Since Lua ....

2709 - Old trackways and routes near Melksham
I've often wondered why Statton's Walk leads into the road past the Co-op, through Dorset Crescent and out into the countryside on a public footpath that's well defined at first but then crosses another path, and a broken style. It can only then be followed by scanning the far side of the field and ....

2708 - The bull on the footpath
There are certain paths - even though they are marked on the map as public footpaths - that I will decline to use. This animal is standing on one of them! More Semington Pictures ....

2707 - A walk on the Kennet and Avon
Today, I was reminded that just one little push of the rudder of a narrow boat, gently and with a single finder, can channel the power of the eight tons into a change of direction and a force to be recconned with. And that power can be for the great good of the boat movement, or do unspeakable dama ....

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