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663 - Python to MySQL
We've added some Python to MySQL connection examples on our web site - using the mysql-python open source download from sourceforge. For the installation, you MUST ensure that you have the MySQL include files and libraries installed before you attempt a build, and that you set your PATH to point to ....

662 - An unhelpful error message from Apache httpd
"Your program doesn't work". Such reports cause technical support staff to be pulling their hair out. "In what way did it fail" they'll ask, hoping for some clue that can point them towards their caller's problem. So why does on earth does an Apache httpd web server report: Internal Server ErrorT ....

661 - Dressed up for a phone call
In a recent survey of British telephone users commissioned by the Post Office, some 40% of men and 27% of women admitted to talking naked on the phone. Who do YOU speak to on the phone? Are they ..... ....

660 - Stopping and restarting Apache httpd cleanly
If you'r running an Apache httpd server and you need to restart it, then you may be used to running: apachectl stop apachectl start and in close succession, those should cause only a minor blip in service of perhaps a second or two; the sort of thing that can be put down to a "sticky internet". But ....

659 - Web Application Components
When putting a web resource together, we want to keep what each individual user needs on his computer simple - REAL simple - which means that all the work and the complexity needs to be at the server side. I'm running a deployment course that started yesterday and it's only when I started to think ....

658 - Keeping the visitors happy and browsing
For a clock to work, every cog must be in place and meshing correctly with the next cog - otherwise the whole things falls over. And so it is with a web site too. It's no good having a superb look and feel with no content, or good content with no navigation to get to it, or no marketing to bring peo ....

657 - The ternary operator in Python
The ? : operator that you may have come across in Perl, PHP, C and Java - known as the ternary or conditional operator - is ABSENT from Python. "But it's so useful" I hear you cry. Ah yes, but isn't this elegant: val = float(raw_input("Age: ")) status = ("working","retired")[val>65] print "You sh ....

656 - Think about your design even if you don't use full UML
Even if you don't feel that your project is big enough to get involved with formal design methods, many of the lessons of UML and some informal design diagrams can help you get a clear view of what you're going to be doing be for you start, and can help you come up a good, thought out and reliable p ....

655 - Can some food be TOO different?
Do you like what's sometimes described as "ethnic food"? Or do you think you like such food, but what you're eating is really so Europeanised that it bears little resemblance to the food that's really eaten in the country that's said to be the source? I can recall the joy with which "Mrs Happy Val ....

654 - Making use of disabled facilities
I've been training in the City (of London) today - so central that I was just a few yards from the base of The Monument to the great fire of 1666. For such venues, I don't even attempt to get my clients to provide a parking space; usually they have none available and it becomes a nightmare to unloa ....

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