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2178 - Melksham Candidates for Wiltshire Unitary Election
[update] - Results added at bottom of this entry. I'm looking ahead with interest to the forthcoming Unitary elections for Wiltshire Council, where the new council will be about twice the size of the old one (in terms of elected members), but with the elimination of the districts there will be fewe ....

2177 - Preventing forum spam - checks at sign up
You may have seen the IP lookup tool we have on our front page (if not, bookmark http://www.wellho.net and it's the bottom right link) which I use extensively to find out a little bit more about addresses that catch my interest - be they generating unusual traffic on our web site, scouring are pages ....

2176 - Balloon Journey in Wiltshire
Three years ago, just before we opened Well House Manor, Lisa and I watches as the Triumph Balloon took off from the Green in Devizes ... and on Sunday night we watched that same balloon land in the field behind our house.             &nb ....

2175 - Melksham in pictures
I'm following up a huge batch of technical posts with a reminder of what a great place Melksham is to live in and to visit. Pictures here all taken during the first 10 days of May 2009, in Melksham. Young leaves on the trees, on the footpath that runs behind Laburnum Drive, Beech Avenue and Larch C ....

2174 - Application design in PHP - multiple step processes
When you're putting together a multiple step process in PHP (and that could be anything from a forum to an ordering system), you should bare in mind that each of the program elements will be the 'intermediate' step that takes you from one display to the next ... and that you can't be sure when page ....

2173 - Basic OO principles
Object Oriented Programming is often described as "data driven", but what does that mean? For delegates who have been on my Object Oriented courses, I'm reproducing here is a diagram that I develop on the board during the course. And I'm reproducing it with some reluctance, as it's the very develo ....

2172 - PHP4 v PHP5 - Object Model Difference
In PHP, there was a major change in the object model between version 4 and version 5. This code here - incredibly - runs differently on the two versions and what happens when you assign an object to another variable has changed. In PHP 4, the object being assigned is duplicated, so that if you chan ....

2171 - Cleaning up redundant objects
In Object Oriented Design, you'll find that there's a piece of code you can add to your classes called the destructor method ... which you don't usually call explicitly in your code. When a variable goes "out of scope" and is no longer available to your code , it is marked for destruction so that a ....

2170 - Designing a heirarcy of classes - getting inheritance right
You friend Will has written a class to handle management information about articles. It's great as far as it goes, but you want to add extra stuff to it, so you persuade Will to give you a copy. He's a nice guy, he does so ... but then a month later he tells you he's added a lot more code and yo ....

2169 - When should I use OO techniques?
We have two friends. They're married. She's a keen advocate of Object Oriented Programming and he can't stand the approach. So take them to the pub, buy them a couple of drinks each, mention OO programming and watch the feathers fly ;-) Seriously, Object Oriented Programming has its place - and ....

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