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920 - A lion in a cage - PHP
A lion in a cage shouldn't be a danger - but release the lion from the cage and you could be at risk. An include file that's pulled in by a PHP script shouldn't be a danger if it's used only from within that PHP script, but if it has its own URL the it could be released like the lion, and it could ....

919 - Freedom for X is denial of privacy for Y
I'm a great believer in the internet offering an ability to communicate - a freedom - and on that basis the various web sites that I run start off with an "allow all" premise. Even if someone's views don't match mine ... if they want to express them on a board such as opentalk or save the train, or ....

918 - Databases needn't be frightening, hard or expensive
Have you written a web site using plain old HTML (perhaps with style sheets and images) and then extended it to more interactive content using a little PHP, JSP, Perl, cgi or similar? Are you keeping the data associated with your PHP - your on line programs - in plain text files? If you are, tha ....

917 - Syntax checking in PHP
If you want to check the syntax of your PHP page without actually running it, the -l option (that's lower case letter L) to PHP at the command line will do that for you: wellho@lightning:~/public_html$ php -l index.php No syntax errors detected in index.html wellho@lightning:~/public_html$ Remembe ....

916 - Driving customers away
Domain name registration is something that has dropped in price over the years and rightly so - it's very much a service where the volume of customers has dramatically increased and so the bulk savings of automatic processing allow for keener pricing than there was in the past. Netcraft tell us tha ....

915 - Paging through hundreds of entries
I can display all the entries in a table on a single page if there are 10 or 20 of them. When I get up to about 30 or 40 entries, it's getting out of hand ... and with hundreds of entries, I REALLY need a paging system. Quite commonly, I see requests for "paging systems" to meet such requirements a ....

914 - A practical example of roles
As I drove south from Scotland this morning, I was listening to the radio; an increasingly rare chance to catch up with the in depth news and review programs on Radio 4 that provide a more thorough background to history and events than I feel I get from the snippets of TV that I watch. A program of ....

913 - Python - A list of methods
In Python everything - even named blocks of code - are objects. Which means that you can have a list or a dictionary of functions, and you can pass named blocks of code in and out of other functions and methods games = [] colls = [350, 120.5, 1, 400, 289, 400] c2 = [4,3,4,5,4,7] games.append(lam ....

912 - Recursion in Python
I'm not a great advocate of recursion - pieces of code that call themselves; most of the examples that I see in books are "training examples" that are over complex and achieve results that could much more easily be achieved by alternative means. I'm not telling you NEVER to use recursion - sometim ....

911 - Letter Home
Course went well ... but an awful day with the car. As I drove in to the college in Inverness where I'm training, I saw that one of my headlights was out so I bought a bulb ... and came to fit it in the college car park. But the bonnet wouldn't open. Called the AA and I had to give them a one hour ....

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