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757 - Horse and Python training
Writing a blog called "the Horse's Mouth", and providing a training service, I suppose I should expect to be approached by horse trainers who would like to exchange links - such as Keith Hosman, who wrote to me today. OK - I do expect it ... I've had approaches like this before, and no doubt I'll ha ....

756 - Seeing the bricks for the trees
"The Old Manor" was a secluded house, set amongst trees that had become overgrown with time. In a few areas, what could only be described as a jungle comprising both beautiful classic trees and fast-growing pines had taken over and was making the property dark and gloomy, and wasn't best pleasing so ....

755 - Using different URLs to navigate around a single script
1. I want my website to have different URLs for each of my content pages so that users can easily bookmark pages, pass them on to friends and contacts easily and with confidence, and search engines can register and handle each as its own distinct page but 2. I want most of the pages on my website ....

754 - tar, jar, war, ear, sar files
Have you ever wondered why that are so many file extensions ending in "a r"? It's because the "ar" stands for archive, and it's such a reasonable way of naming file that the original tar which stands for tape archive was picked up by Sun and the Java community and transmuted into other file format ....

753 - Python 3000 - the next generation
There is no definite schedule for Python 3 (a.k.a. Python 3000 or Py3K) but a Python Enhancement Proposal (PEP) that details plans exists. There's a guiding principle to reduce duplication by removing old ways of doing things which will break version 2 compatibility. (Heard it before ... Perl 5 to P ....

752 - Over zealous police activity?
Link to update Is the very act of driving a car out of a pub car park sufficient grounds for a policeman to stop you on the basic that he suspects you might be drinking and driving? Apparently, the policemen of Wiltshire think it is. The other day, I left the West End (Pub) after a lunch with cu ....

751 - Want to be a technical trainer in the UK?
This is an overview written in answer to an email. I'm publishing it via the Horse's Mouth as it might be useful to others. Please bear in mind there are a lot of subjects that I have NOT touched on here such as the need to obtain an appropriate visa if, like my correspondent, you're not an EU ci ....

750 - Almost everyone loses
Contestant based shows on the TV always seem exciting and yet depressing as individual of teams compete against one another to get through to the next round, or to reach a prize or possible prize. For every jubilant winner, there's numerous others who have quietly slipped out of the back door ... ....

749 - Cottage industry or production line data handling methods
If you're running a cottage industry, for efficiency's sake you'll run the first process on each of your raw components first, and store the partially-completed elements in a basket as they're processed. When you've completed that first process, you'll then apply the second process to each element ....

748 - Getting rid of variables after you have finished with them
If you've finished with a variable in your program, you can usually just leave it "in situe" and it will be destroyed and the memory it occupied will be released when you exit from your program. In many languages, variables within named blocks of code have an even shorter "shelf life" - by default, ....

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