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1235 - Outputting numbers as words - MySQL with Perl or PHP
Oracle's in_char function lets you convert numbers into a text string, but it's an unusual facility to have as as built-in; there's no such facility (as far as I know) in MySQL but you can get around this easily enough within your controlling application - the Nums2Words module on the CPAN (in Perl ....

1234 - A review of a week and a trip to Brugge
It's been a long week - a course in Brugge at the begining of the week, and a f-u-l-l day in London yesterday where I was presenting Python as a series of six one-hour lectures to a somewhat larger group, rather than the traditional course with plenty of time for practicals which do give me a bit of ....

1233 - Horses of Brugge
  When I updated the Horse's Mouth archive the other week, I found that I had a lack of appropriate horse pictures to use for illustration - I guess there are just so MANY things around that we think of as being quite common and yet ... look in a picture library ... and you'll find them lacki ....

1232 - Bathtub example
I wrote a few days ago about the bathtub effect. Shorten code and it becomes easier to read. Shorten it too much and it becomes silly. Here's a Perl script that I wrote to report on all lines in a log file from host computer "seal" with a status code (next to last field) over 399: open (FH, ....

1231 - Sur le Continent
I'm in Brugges, in Belgium, for a few days. [[And wrote this on Monday ...]] A busy weekend at the hotel. A quick conversion of BR4 from twin to double on Saturday, followed by sporadic checkins and we had every bed taken that night. And a sporadic (or, rather, spread) breakfast on Sunday left us ....

1230 - Commenting a Perl Regular Expression
The x modifier on the end of a Perl regular expression causes all spaces in the regular expression to be treated as comments (rather than matching exactly). This means that you can lay out your regular expressions much more cleanly. And wherever you're allowed white space, you can add comments fro ....

1229 - Where am I?
This might be quite easy (and there are some clues around ...) Travelled yesterday (so it's NOT Wiltshire), checked in to a hotel, training nearby today. ....

1228 - Some progress on the train campaign
I try not to bore readers of this page TOO often with my tales of local train services (or the lack of them at appropriate times) here in Melksham. Whilst it's something that I am involved with in various ways, it's not really "Open source tips and techniques", nor friends and familiy life - having ....

1227 - Melksham businesses - networking together
[[An Advertorial - is that the term - for our Speed Networking evening.]] Melksham is a bustling town, and you can find almost any products and services you need if only you know where to look and who to speak too. And what better than to buy local - support the local economy, and get local support ....

1226 - Melksham Art Cafe
Melksham Art Cafe opened its doors in the Market Place (attached to the Town Hall) a week or two back, and if providing "coffee shop" style service and a selection of vegetarian lunches (Open 10 to 4:30, Monday to Saturday) On the week's course just gone, our delegates preferred a light lunch and ....

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