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839 - Reporting on the 10 largest files or 10 top scores
What are the biggest 10 files in or below this directory? What are the 20 'worst' spams I have received in the last month? What are the five top scores recorded for a popular game on my web site? It's a very common requirement indeed to provide a program to answer questions like these, and if you ....

838 - Talking about other training companies.
I always feel very - honoured - when delegates on our training courses start talking about other training organisations (in terms ranging from positive through neutral to negative) when they're with us. Somehow there's a feeling that our "come as a student, leave as a friend" ethos is shining throug ....

837 - Tomcat - Shutdown port
On a new installation of Tomcat (default config files), you'll notice that your server.xml file is set up with a shutdown port of 8005, and shutdown="SHUTDOWN". What does this mean? It means that anyone who contacts the server locally on port 8005 and send it the words SHUTDOWN can cause Tomcat t ....

836 - Build on what you already have with OO
If I start recalling a "Goons" sketch, then I'll show my age .... but never mind. It was a RERUN that I saw ;-) Spike Milligan is counting votes at an election. "Two thousand, six hundred and forty two". "Two thousand, six hundred and forty three". "Two thousand, six hundred and forty four" ... " ....

835 - Python - when to use the in operator
Python's in construct, when used with an if statement, lets you loop through all the members of a collection (such as a list or a tuple) and see if there's a member in the list that's equal to the pattern - thus val = 17 if val in [1,4,5,7,12,14,17,20,34]: print "yes" will print out "Yes". For l ....

834 - Python makes University Challenge
"In computer programming terms, what does OOP signify when used in the context of languages such as Python and Java" .... I couldn't quite believe my ears when I heard Jeremy Paxman asking that question last night on University Challenge. ....

833 - Old Wardour Castle
OK ... so I've been playing with Photoshop with these pictures, taken yesterday at Old Wardour Castle, right down in the bottom left corner of Wiltshire.     There are more - not so processed - pictures here ....

832 - Displaying data at 5 items per line on a web page
If you want to display a list of items in (say) 5 columns on a web page, use a table. A loop in PHP will let you generate all the table cells very easily, then add in a little extra code to deal with:   a) The very first cell (you need to open table and row)   b) Every fifth cell (you need ....

831 - Comparison of Object Oriented Philosophy - Python, Java, C++, Perl
There are two different philosophies that have been adopted by the authors of Object Oriented languages. The first approach is to set the thing up in such a way that a programmer who uses someone else's code as the basis for his isn't going to be trusted to use that other person's code in a sensib ....

830 - Butterflies in a Wiltshire garden
Painted Lady Seen, sometimes in abundance, in all parts of the British Isles, it is really a native of North Africa where it breeds in such extreme numbers that emigration is a necessity. Thistles are the principle food plant, but it's often seen on other plants such as Burdock, Mallow and Nettle. ....

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