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1182 - Painting a masterpiece in PHP
In PHP, you can write a program that looks like a Rembrandt, or one that makes the dog's dinner look tidy. It's not only the mechanism of the language you need to learn to do a good job, but how to apply it. This week, on my public PHP course, I have a group which is very IT professional in backgr ....

1181 - Good Programming practise - where to initialise variables
It's a good idea to initialise your variables directly before you use them for the first time if you're going to use them as accumulators. By accumulator I mean that you're going to write assignments such as:   $n += 4; # Perl   incr notepad; # Tcl   lappend flcodes ....

1180 - Conjugation
"I am, you are, he is ...". The conjugation of verbs is something which I remember from Latin and French classes at school with, it must be said, a degree of distaste. I never was one for languages. "I am amply proportioned, you are well built, he is fat ...". A number of jests have been made over ....

1179 - Sizing sheets and other domestic issues
There's a great deal to be said for mucking in with all the jobs done within the company from time to time, and today Lisa and I have been turning bedrooms around - the wedding group gone, and two checkins tonight with three more arriving tomorrow - a full hotel again. Good to see how the rooms are ....

1178 - Ducking stool for Melksham?
There are times that there's a clash between the look and feel of a web site, and the need for functionallity - for it to operate correcly in all circumstances. Of course, both are key elements - a web site must work correctly for it to be useful, and it must attract and retain the visitor, and he ....

1177 - Sorting out for a site map
It's only when someone says "let's add a site map" that you realise justy how much old "stuff" there is to exclude, and how many different automated directories you have on a web site - or rather that's what I have found ... so it's been a long day "knife and fork"ing though directories and database ....

1176 - A pu that got me into trouble
If you're a regular visitor to the Well House Consultants web site, you may have noticed subtle changes over the last couple of days; the "Version 7" web site that we introduced at the new year wasn't up to the standard we had hoped and rather than making incremental changes, I've swept new profiles ....

1175 - Local elections - choosing who to vote for
It's election morning - we're voting for Parish Councillors (for Melksham Without Parish Council) where we can choose up to 10 of 11, and for West Wilts District Council where we can vote for 3 out of 10. For perhaps the first time, I feel that I really know a number of the candidates - that I can ....

1174 - Installing Tcl and Expect on Solaris 10 - a checklist
Hot off the presses from the last couple of days - a check list (and a couple of "Gotcha" notes) concerning the installation of Tcl and Expect on a Solaris 10 system, compiling from scratch were possible. You'll need a C Compiler We used gcc (the Gnu C compiler) and we installed it from Sun standa ....

1173 - Cheat Sheet / Check list for Expect maintainers
Programming in Expect can be very different (and more challenging) than conventional programming. Rather than write code (structured, if you like) through a series of events, you'll do better to start off with a co-operation diagram of the process that you want to automate [[For the newcomer, Expec ....

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