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2349 - Businesses effected by road works in Melksham
"Businesses Open as Usual" say the signs on the High Street in Melksham ... currently (and for 14 weeks) a one-way system while various pavement works are being done. Who wrote that sign? ... for he certainly doesn't know Melksham! I took my customers into one of the businesses in the effected are ....

2348 - Finding literals rather than patterns in Lua
Lua's string.find looks for a PATTERN ... it's not as big an sophisticated as a regular expression match (but then it's got nothing like as big a footprint!), but neither is it a literal match. So if I want to search a string for - literally - a ".", I need to protect it. I can do this either w ....

2347 - Dot, dot, dot in Lua - variable length parameter lists
Lua functions can take any number of parameters - the ... (dot,dot,dot) table given as a parameter 'soaking up' all remaining parameters into the indexed section of the table, rather this "*" in front of a parameter in PHP. (In Perl, the whole list appears in @_) function join (sep,...) togo = {... ....

2346 - The indexed and hashed parts of a Lua table
A Lua table contains both a sequentially indexed section and a hash keyed section (and a few other things too). When you sort the table, you sort only the index keyed section, when you use ipairs you use just the first (indexed) section, but when you use pairs you use the whole table. See source c ....

2345 - Automatically initialising Lua variables the first time
In Lua, you need to initialise variables before you perform arithmetic on them, but you CAN test them (and if they don't exist, they will return false). For example, this code initialises a variable to 0 if it doesn't exist, or takes its current value, then adds 1 to it straight away before saving ....

2344 - Reading a data file and sensing EOF in Lua
In Lua, the standard table io includes an io.open code element that lets you open a file. This returns a userdata to you (looks like a table but isn't - it's a C accessible structure) from which you can run the read code. Empty lines return an empty string (in Lua this is a TRUE value, unlike other ....

2343 - World Flags in your PHP pages
The world's flags are often used to give a quick visible international indication of countries (sidestepping the issue I had yesterday, where I was translating into ten languages and wanted links to each other language on each page and - well - what IS the Finnish for Italy?) So I have found an Ic ....

2342 - Training Classes in other tongues
Do we train in Finnish or in French, in Dutch or Danish? No - we don't, but many technical people in Finland and France, in the Netherlands and Denmark have English as an excellent second language and can gainfully take our courses - especially those courses which are so niche that there is no alter ....

2341 - Koulutus, Open Source tietokone kielillä
Uusi täällä? Olemme tekijöiden ja tarjoajien monenlaisia Open Source koulutusta, joka perustuu Melksham, Englannissa. Uskomme huolehtia asiakkaidemme ja antaa takaisin yhteiskunnalle liikaa. Onko olemme koulutettu olet, voit selata materiaali: • artikkelit ratkaisu keskus • vinkkejä ja p ....

2340 - ldning, Open Source dator språk
Ny här? Vi och leverantörer av ett brett spektrum av Open Source-utbildning, som är baserad i Melksham, England. Vi tror på att ta hand om våra kunder och ge tillbaka till samhället också. Huruvida vi har tränat dig, du är välkommen att bläddra i vårt material: • artiklar i lösningen ....

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