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2004 - Variable Scope in C++
In C++, a variable is 'scoped' to the block in which it is declared. In other words, it exists from the point at which you tell the compiler what type of value it contains through to the close brace at that matches the open brace preceeding that declaration. In the most frequent use, this means tha ....

2003 - Discount Training Courses - PHP, Perl, Python
Here's an email I wrote in answer to a request for a discount earlier today. Many training companies quote high(er) prices, with the full anticipation that they can offer a wide range of discounts to their major customers, to students, to big companies who they would like to have an 'introductory o ....

2002 - New C Examples - pointers, realloc, structs and more
Every time I program in C, I marvel at how clever the language is ... yet at the same time I curse some of the devices that are used to perform certain actions, which make the code that much more of a 'puzzle' to right. I've finished a 2 day C Programming course today ... and written a whole raft ....

2001 - I have not programmed before, and need to learn
Yesterday was the second day of my Learning to Program introductory course - for delegates who are learning to program - as well as learning a particular language, and (since the target language is C), I wrote a number of new C examples. And these examples were written in front of the delegates to s ....

2000 - 2000th article - Remember the background and basics
Entry number 2000 ... little did I look forward to my two thousandth article when, in the summer of 2004, Lisa suggested that I should join that trendy group who were starting their blogs. But here I am, in my fifth year of posting, averaging more than one article per day. Why has it lasted? Perh ....

1999 - How low can you sink?
"Graham chose to compare Melksham to Dyce because ... " wrote Lee, and came up with some very good reasons why I might have chosen Dyce to make my railway station comparison, and to show just how hard done by Melksham is.[link] But Lee gives me too much credit - FAR too much credit. I can, quite f ....

1998 - Text on a background image
 Denton Railway Station, at Night.  Served by just one train a week ... A bustling area - a supermarket, warehouse / store, hotel, pub, car dealerships, pedestrian walkways and this desolate station ... that's what I found at Denton, near Manchester, on Wednesday night. And as well as wo ....

1997 - Travelling to a course - station pickups
Most of our customers travel a considerable distance to our courses and it's their first time in Melksham. And a high proportion come by public transport. We're very used to helping people with directions, and arranging the last 'hop' from a nearby station [or airport] to our hotel / training cent ....

1996 - Advise before my Apache / Tomcat course
We want our customers to get the very best from their courses, and we're deligheted when they ask about preparations they can do (reading, etc) ahead of time. In fact, this is such a good question that I'm pasting (below) a copy of an answer that I have just emailed to one of the delegates coming o ....

1995 - Automated server heartbeat and health check
Occasionally - very occasionally - we may have a problem on our public facing web server that's hosted in some network operation centre or other. It could be a software glitch, or it could be an internet connectivity issue. And we need to know about it quickly! The problem is than none of us migh ....

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