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1507 - Comments on proposed Asda Superstore for Melksham
I welcome the proposal in principle but - oh dear - what a poor application in terms of traffic, in terms of safe access by anything other than private car, and what a lost opportunity to provide decent access if it were to be accepted in its current form. Please have a look at my draft - following ....

1506 - Ongoing Image Copyright Issues, PHP and MySQL solutions
I actually want to encourage people to use my images ... but to do so with permission, which usually means something as simple as a link back you our page which works out for everyone's benefit. A lot of people ask, but some don't seem to know that they should! I've added an ability to "watermark" ....

1505 - Script to present commonly used images - PHP
"What are the most popular pages in your picture library, and where are they used from?" An interesting question and I could analyze raw web logs to find out the answers. However, most of our images are managed by a script that retains extra information such as an image title, and uses are logged . ....

1504 - Flooding by Asda-s proposed new supermarket
It's been raining heavily over the last couple of days and, once again, the river has burst its banks to for what we call Lake Melksham. The corner by "Countrywide Farmers" is flooded yet again ... This is the site where Asda have their planning application in to build a store - something I've ....

1503 - Web page (http) error status 405
Running his first Java Servlet today, one of my delegates reported an HTTP status 405 from his code when he tried to browse to it. A new one on me ... I am used to a good number of other return codes, but hadn't seen this before. It turns out that the cause was the lack of an appropriate doGet met ....

1502 - Java, sorting, ArrayList example, generics
A Java ArrayList holds an ordered sequence of items like an array, but there are differences: 1. An ArrayList has no fixed size but can be extended by adding elements later 2. An ArrayList can only hold objects (not primitives) 3. ArrayList elements are addressed by methods and not by square bracke ....

1501 - Java - using super to call a method in the parent class
If you're writing a Java class in which you override a method from the base class, can you still make use of that base class method in your new code? Yes, you can. You want the super call. Here's an example - I had a base class called Shape which overrides the toString method. And I was then wri ....

1500 - First Class Java. First step and moving forward.
Java is an Object Oriented language that's great for medium size through large to huge systems. Which means that it's not usually the best approach for short applications ... of the size that one typically uses as examples on a training course. So examples that I produce show mechanisms and extens ....

1499 - Climate change, renewable resources and paper v plastic
Climate change. End of supplies of fossil fuel. Carbon footprint. Expense of road building. Cost of time lost in travel. Just what effect are we having on our planet - where are we headed and how many of the changes that we see in the climate are natural variations and parts of a natural cycle ....

1498 - Java is a dynamic language .... (and comparison)
Many older programmers are used to setting up an array of a fixed size and saying "that's fixed" ... for the duration of the program, if not for all time until the application is recompiled. Languages such as C gave us malloc, calloc and realloc (and things have progress on somewhat in C++) to let ....

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