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3550 - Provide a useable train service, and people will use it!
Yesterday, I went down to Melksham station to pick up a delegate arriving from Ely off the 15:48 (that's our first train southbound on a Saturday - the second and final one is at 21:34). A little surprised to see that there were only two spaces unoccupied at the station car park, that the disable s ....

3549 - Well House Manor - perhaps the best hotel rooms in Melksham
A beautiful, sunny morning ... and the first morning in a very long time that most of our bedrooms were unoccupied - so an excellent chance to take (and show you) up to date pictures. Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 4 Bedroom 5 Well House Manor is a small hotel p ....

3548 - Dark mornings, dog update, and Python and Lua courses before Christmas
It's significantly darker each morning as we take Gypsy and Billy out for a morning walk. We're out well before sunrise now, which was at 07:29 on his first morning with us, it is at 08:04 today - just a fortnight later - and will be at 08:16 by 31st December. Only from 1st January does it start get ....

3547 - Using Perl to generate multiple reports from a HUGE file, efficiently
If you want to extract two distinct reports from a large data source, there are a number of ways you could do it. The first two are not brilliant: 1. You could read the entire file into memory, and then traverse it several times in a loop. This is a poor solution if the data becomes huge - the fo ....

3546 - The difference between dot (a.k.a. full stop, period) and comma in Perl
If (Perl) I write   $x = "12";   $y = "25";   print $x,$y;   print $x.$y;   print "\n"; Then I'll get output   12251225 In other words - the output is the same. So is there a difference? Yes - there's a huge difference. $x.$y - using t ....

3545 - Finding all matches to a pattern in Perl regular expressions
A regular expression usually matches the leftmost occurrence of a pattern within an incoming (source) string. This doesn't matter if all you're looking to do is find whether or not your source string contains something ... but if you're looking to make use of the part that matched, then it does m ....

3544 - Looking for hotel rooms in Melksham over Christmas? We still have some availability
The Christmas season comes to Well House Manor - we'll be open throughout the Christmas and New Year periods - an ideal quieter spot for people who are visiting friends and relatives to chill out. And we still have room availability too over Christmas - book via the Well House Manor web site. Wel ....

3543 - Some different pictures from Melksham
There are some pictures which are the conventional ones ... and there are others that you'll think later "I wish I recorded that". Here are some things that you may or may not have come across ... This map is around 200 years old - after the coming of the canal, but before the arrival of the railw ....

3542 - What order are operations performed in, in a Perl expression?
Mathemetical operators in Perl aren't simply performed left to right - very early on your Learning to Program in Perl course you'll learn that multiplications and divisions happen before additions and subtractions, and you'll learn that brackets (also know as terms or lists) happen even earlier. Co ....

3541 - I loves Melksham
Hi, I'm Billy and I moved to Melksham to be with my new Mum and Dad 10 days ago. And I loves it here in Melksham. There are beautiful sunrises over the field - I'm told this is Woolmore Farm and that the lights you can see in the distance are the new Melksham Oak School. I'm living ....

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