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4348 - Taking my life in my hands in Swansea
I have been staying this week in just about the most pedestrian-unfriendly and public-transport-unfriendly hotel I can recall, and the suprise is that it's not in the USA - its in the suburbs of Swansea. Here's what I'm faced with as I walk out of the hotel and when I turn left at the roundabout ....

4347 - Arrays in Java - an introduction for newcomers
In Java, arrays are objects but with some extra syntax which gives you additional ways to access them, for example using a traditional subscripting notation. From the Java Course I am running this week, an example written in front of my delegates is [here]. Setting up an array ...   flo ....

4346 - A behaviour driven example of writing a Java program
A new exercise example just posted from the Java course I'm running this week - contionals, loops, and a few static functions. The question is to rea from the user how many tables there are in a restaurant, then read the width and length of each table and report on the number of people who can be s ....

4345 - Incrementing a variable in Java - Pre and Post Increment
Java (and C, Perl and PHP) supports the ++ operator to increment a variable - in other word, do add 1 to the value it holds and save the reult back in the same place. You can write   counter++; or   ++counter; and as statemnets on their own, they'll do the same thing. However ....

4344 - Python base and inherited classes, test harness and unit testing - new examples
From a recent Python course ... a new series of examples on writing, testing and using classes. The customer is using Python 2.6 and 2.7, so the code is written with what we call "new style classes" where everything eventually inherits from a base class os object - with that eventual inheritance e ....

4343 - Politics and the railway the connects Wiltshire
The train service from Westbury to Swindon, via Trowbridge, Melksham and Chippenham links Wiltshire's major urban communities with one another, and with places beyond. Early results from analysing the survey from mid October 2014 show well over 100 source and destination stations, and also show a m ....

4342 - My first official measure - Passenger Entrys and Exits - revisited 9 years later
When I first got involved in looking at the use of the train services on the Chippenham - Trowbridge stretch, I asked for data and the Office of Rail Regulation told me that the best indicator they could give me was passenger numbers at Melksham. So it's with interest I look at those figures when th ....

4341 - Segmentation Fault, Segmentation Violation, Bus Error, Stack Smashing
Have you ever had these error messages come up from your C program and wondered what they really mean? Segmentation Fault Segmentation Violation Bus Error stack smashing detected A segmentation fault is when you try to access memory that doesn't exits. A segmentation violation is when you try to ....

4340 - Simple C structs - building up to full, dynamic example
During the final day of our "Learning to program in C" course - today - we built up an example that introduced structs, then added dynamic memory allocation so that we ended up with a flexible program capable of taking an unlimited amount of data. The build up examples also show (in the last progr ....

4339 - Command line and file handling in C
A simple new example of command line and file handling from yesterday's C course - [here] - reading all the files named on the command line, and reporting on the length of each of them. It's so easy to go straight from "Hello World" tp a very complex example, and loose all the delegates / readers a ....

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