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1537 - To Wales - where theres still a toll on the bridge
As I drove to Cardiff this morning, I paid my £5.30 to cross over the Severn into Wales, and thought of the luck of the Scots who have just had the tolls lifted from the Forth and Tay bridges ... ....

1536 - A Weekend in Liverpool
In fact a WORKING weekend in Liverpool, as I was up there to have a look at some web server issues for someone on a day that the web servers weren't being hammered with live traffic - but that's a comment for another thread. I'm writing this late on Sunday afternoon, having missed out a Saturday po ....

1535 - OO PHP demonstration - comparing objects and more
Object Oriented PHP course today, and I though I would share an example I wrote during the course with you. Source code here and see it running here. What does it show? * A base class matching ... which is extended to a mactainer class, which is further extended to two further subclasses cube ....

1534 - Where in the world / country is my visitor from?
If you visit of current traffic page you'll see that we identify users by country - and we do this using the Maxmind Geolocation Technology. You'll see it's on a country by country basis - Open Source data (currently under the "Geolocation technology" button on their front page, and some simple API ....

1533 - Short and sweet and sticky - PHP form input
Today I have a short and (very) sweet PHP demo that calls for a user to enter a few pieces of information, and validates them - prior to storage in a database, perhaps. Why is it "sweet"? * Because it implements techniques such as sticky fields so that user who make error don't have to keep re-ent ....

1532 - Comment spam blocked. Please comment via Forums
I welcome comments on this blog. There's no way that I want to stop any readers coming back with comments on what I have said - such discussions make a very lively ongoing debate on certain subjects, and other viewpoints add so much to what is sometimes somewhat one sided in what I write. But, thi ....

1531 - Expecting a item from a list of possibles
There are times (and they're quite frequent!) that I'm asked a good question that's so good it's worth sharing the answer. Actually, that makes up a fair proportion of my inspirations for this spot, such as today's. In Expect - the command line automation tool of the Tcl language - you can tell th ....

1530 - Railway Acronyms and Abbreviations
It's only when someone asked me "what does THAT mean" when I realised how much jargon I was speaking - how many abbreviations and three letter acronyms had crept into my talk on the Save the Train and ....

1529 - Tcl - learning how to use namespaces, packages and libraries together
Tcl supports both packages (which allow code to be loaded from libraries at run time) and namespaces (which allow for procs and variables to be grouped together to allow you to avoid conflicts as you use code from lots of different sources). Strictly speaking, the two sets of facilities are indepe ....

1528 - Object Oriented Tcl
Object Oriented Tcl ([incr-Tcl]) is darned good - but it's only a requirement in a small proportion of the Tcl Training Courses that I give. So it was with real pleasure that I spent some time yesterday writing an example in front of my class in the Nottingham area to show them just how fabulous it ....

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