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1679 - PHP - Sanitised application principles for security and useability
When you write a simple web based application, such as a tax calculator, it's always a good ides to echo back the values that your user filled in to the initial form as a part of the response page. That way, anyone who prints out the resulting screen will know just WHAT the question was that the pag ....

1678 - Software - changes and delays. But courses must run on time!
"The first 90% of a job takes the first 90% of the time ... and the last 10% takes the second 90%." Software projects - so often - seem to overrun, with the job looking like it's nearly done but not quite there while final little bits get sorted out. "Just as we get used to the look of your web si ....

1677 - CSS training - Cascading Style Sheets (UK course)
It's Sunday ... and I've been teaching Cascading Style Sheets (or rather "I've been teaching a customer about cascading style sheets") ... one of our delegates for this week's PHP course asked me to spend a few hours going through CSS with him ahead of time. Here's an example ... using the "KISS" a ....

1676 - A warm welcome for visitors from the USA
As a hotel, we're here to provide a service to our customers ... and that service includes making them feel at "home away from home", perhaps on their first visit to the UK. There are - literally - millions of visitors to the UK from the USA alone. With two senior members of our team originating fr ....

1675 - Comparing Objects in C++
Comparing two objects You can run a method on an object in C++ (or in any other OO language) to find an attribute of that object - let's say how costly it is (example, how costly it is to jave your group see a film). But you can't really run a method on TWO or more objects, which is what you would ....

1674 - What a lot of files! (C++ / Polymorphism demo)
There were no less than SEVEN files in the example I wrote to show a "simple" demonstration of polymorphism in C++ yesterday ... 1. The methods for a base class of file objects - Film.cpp 2. The extra methods on top of the base class for a derived class of Blockbuster objects - Blockbuster.cpp 3. T ....

1673 - Spam Filters ... are working!
From my email this morning ... Did you receive the e-mail which I sent to you recently (copied here-below)? Please confirm since I have had problems lately with emails intercepted by spam-filters set too high. "Dear xxxxx. I don't know you, and the email below this header is an unsolicited, bulk ....

1672 - The Composting Cone Challenge
How fortunate - the odd remaining space at the Garden centre appeared to be one right outside the main door - as we had come to collect a bulky item. But as we pulled into it, we noticed it said "reserved for director". Hmm - a sign points towards the overflow car park and we head off down that ta ....

1671 - Compiling C programs with gcc - an overview
Gcc - the "Gnu Compiler Collection" - is used to compile AND to link C language programs in an open source environment. A single command - gcc runs a series of phases that take you from source code through to an executable program file, with the actual steps taken works out based on: • the ex ....

1670 - Dynamic Memory Allocation in C
In C, you give fixes sizes for arrays at compile time .... which means you either have to know ahead of time how big something will be, or allow enough space for the worst case scenario. Rather than using arrays, you can use pointers to the memory heap - and in this way you can use functions to giv ....

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