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4729 - The oldest part of Los Angeles
From a walk around the oldest part of Los Angeles yesterday - 22nd November 2016. The oldest building in the city is the Adobe House (where the pictures of the Cacti and the dining rom are taken from) - and that's 3 years younger than our home in Melksham. In the 19th Century, this part of the cit ....

4728 - Visiting Los Alamitos Bay Yacht Club
We're visiting family (both Lisa's and mine) in California for a few days, after a hectic early Autumn - and doing a few days of "the tourist thing" too. First real break away (if I've not overlooked anything) since the spring of last year, and I'm going to get very amateur for a couple of posts and ....

4727 - Learning from travelling further afield
In a week where further delays and cost escalations have been reported for Great Western Electrification, I have an opportunity to see how others do it. Not perfect, but buses and train station close by each other, a late train arrival (01:04!) and lots of cycling and walking. Yes, they have traf ....

4726 - TransWilts Partner Update for Melksham Area Board
Report for Melksham Area Board ... an excellent chance to take stock of where the TransWilts is. As this report is for the MELKSHAM area board, it concentrates on the Melksham aspects of the TransWilts though of course through traffic from Swindon / Chippenahm to Trowbridge / Westbury / Frome / Warm ....

4725 - Writing Python 2 such that Python 3 is easy
If you're writing code in Python 2 (2.7.x) ... and want an easy port to Python 3 a) Use the format method in all your prints - example ([here] b) Use // if you're dividing and want an integer result c) Wrap standard functions that you need to return a list in list( through ) d) used sorted in pr ....

4724 - From and Import in Python - where is the module loaded from?
Python's from and import statements both require you to give the name of the source from where you'll be loading extra code. And for a module held in a single file, thats's a file name but without extension. So if I say import fourth, Python will look for a file called fourth.py. Where it looks i ....

4723 - Conditional operators in Python
Python does NOT support the ? and : condiitonal operator. Instead, the and and or keywords are lazy. Look at this example which seeks out the longest line in a file and tells you how long it is:   fh = open("ac_20160516.xyz")   loli = 0   while True:     ....

4722 - Embedding more complex code into a named block
If you're writing a complicated piece of code / awkward algorithm, it's a good idea to put it into a separate function. That way, it can be debugged and tested on its own, it can re-used in other code later on, and it can be hidden away from other users - and indeed from you (the author) unless yo ....

4721 - When to check an object type - Python isinstance example
I'll encourage you not to look at an object in a Python program - or in any other OO langauge - you find out what type it is ... at least until you've thought about why you're doing it. If you need to, you can look - you have the type function, you have the __class__.__name__ variable and you have ....

4720 - Celebrating our diversity rather than discriminating for it
I'm teaching a fantastic bunch of people this week - with origins from all over the world. Born in Lancashire, brought up in London and having lived half my life in Wiltshire, I'm almost certainly the most 'local' of this group. I celebrate their multiple cultures, genders and ages. I admire their ....

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