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2481 - Sample code with errors in it on our web site
Feedback is lifeblood ... ignore it at your peril, and remember that for each person who lets you know you have a problem, a further ten will have noticed and not said anything. From my mailbox: > Your webpage > > http://www.wellho.net/resources/ex.php4?item=y105/locvar.py > > contains the followi ....

2480 - Pantomimes around Melksham - 2009/2010 season
There's a lot happening in Melksham and the surrounding area - have a look at the diary of events. Picture - Andy Pandy and Goldilocks make a couple at the end of last year's Melksham Comedy Club panto [report] This year' pantomime season ... Footlights present Aladdin at the Arc Theatre, Trowbrid ....

2479 - Accidentally typed ci rather than vi?
You're using the Linux command line interface, you get distracted, and you type in ci. Oops - before you know it, you've lost your file ... at least it has disappeared from where you expected it to be: [root@holt conf]# ci server.xml server.xml,v > initial revision: 1.1 done [root@holt conf]# W ....

2478 - How did I do THAT?
I had great fun putting together yesterday's blog about My train journey from Melksham, with a whole lot of images in the text rather than real words. For my first tests, the images sat on the line like this: which starts to look really ugly once you 've added more that a couple of pictures - so ....

2477 - By train ...
•Want to see this in plain text? Click [here] •Want to see this with pictures? Click [here] It can be done ... I was invited to a meeting at The Sugar Loaf yesterday evening - that's a pub in St Mark's Road, Easton, Bristol - a couple of miles out from the City Centre. And I thought ....

2476 - Tcl - uplevel to run code at calling level
Tcl procs (they're Tcl's functions) can pass information back via the return command, and they can access data in the top level of code via the global commands. Incoming parameters can be passed in 'by name' so that any values altered within the proc are also altered in the calling code - there's a ....

2475 - Quick easy and dangerous - automated logins via Tcl / Expect
Let me start with a security warning. Passwords and firewalls are there to make it difficult for unauthorized users to get through / at systems, and if you write a script which automates passwords and multi-hop telnet and ssh logins to make it quick and easy for you to get over all the hurdles you ....

2474 - Using Tcl and Expect to automate repetitive jobs
If you're typing the same series of instructions into your computer time and time again, perhaps with predictable variations depending on the responses that you get, you should consider using Expect. Expect adds three extra major commands to the Tcl language: • spawn to start a process • ....

2473 - Exploring Old Railways
I've got a certain inquisitiveness about Industrial Archeology, an interest in transport with something of a current specialization in rail - so it's no surprise that I'll spot odd railway-like structures dotted around the countryside and wonder "what is/ was that?". The old water tower at Druid's L ....

2472 - split and join in tcl and expect
Split and join in most languages convert strings of text into arrays / lists / collections of other sorts. But in Tcl, all variables are held as strings, so are split and join actually needed? If you're working with a collection of single words - no embedded spaces, no special characters, space de ....

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