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1335 - Expanding a grid - Tcl/Tk
Have you ever tried to fill or expand a grid in Tcl/Tk to fill the available space left by wider or taller widgets to the die, or when the window expands, and got results like those I have posted here? Disappointing results, aren't they? And I appear to have done all that I should in the source too ....

1334 - Stable sorting - Tcl, Perl and others
Have you come across a STABLE sort? A Stable sort is one in which all the incoming elements which evaluate to an equal value when tested for sorting purposes remain in the same order in the output as they were in the input. Perhaps I had better give you an example. I have a log file and there's a ....

1333 - Kasteel Elsloo - Michelin rated hotel.
Monday and Tuesday nights, I stayed at that Kasteel Elsloo, near Maastricht in the Netherlands where I'm working this week (Tcl/Tk. A beautiful place, with a superb restaurant; couldn't fault the food, service exquisite, pricing ridiculously reasonable. So I would stay there again if I was here ....

1332 - Melksham Hotel - Five Star Kitchen!
I'm delighted to be able to report that the catering facilities at our Well House Manor have been awarded five stars by the food hygiene team of the local district council in their "Scores on Doors" campaign. That's top score, and is only achieved by a small proportion of establishments - needless ....

1331 - MySQL joins revisited
Sameer writes: "Nobody can clear JOINS as this manual has done. It is SUPERB.. Thanks. It helped me a lot to understand. I will appreciate if you can make much clear to the INNER AND SELF JOINS." in his review of a previous "Horse's Mouth" posting I made [here], which gets hundreds of hits every d ....

1330 - While waiting for Melksham Post Office
"That's the longest queue I've ever seen here" said the chap outside Melkshm Post Office yesterday. It was the first of the month, it was Saturday, and it was within about an hour of lunchtime to I suppose it was no wonder that the crowd control lines were full and then the line headed out throug ....

1329 - Subway Restaurant in Melksham, Wiltshire
I'm delighted to see that a branch of Subway has opened close to Melksham, and wish the enterprise all the very best. They're on the A350 just north of the Town, and open from 7 a.m. (9 a.m. on Sunday) to 10 p.m. Yes - I am giving them a "plug", even though I'm personally not a Subway fan; Lisa ....

1328 - Oliver says ....
Oliver Says ... "Please sir, I want some more" Saturday morning ... three rooms, 5 guests, and a much more relaxed breakfast service than the more rushed one during the week. And I do like those mornings where the fresh croissants - cooked just before the guests come in run out and we cook a fu ....

1327 - Tktable - Laying out data in a matrix - Tcl/Tk
There's a very common requirement to tabulate data within a GUI, but neither Java (in awt) or Tcl (in Tk) had the facility built in from "day 1". In Java, you now have Jtable within Swing ([example]) and in Tcl you can use a Tktable. Although Tktable isn't part of standard Tk, you'll find it as a ....

1326 - GUI design - Sketch it out first! (Java / Swing example)
"A picture paints a thousand words" ... and so it is when you're planning a graphic user interface, and implementing it. Yesterday, I picked up an old example of a dialer written in Java - you can see the actual window it generates on the right - and was looking to work out how it hung together. ....

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