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4413 - Binomial Coefficient (Pascal Triangle) objects in Java
An exercise on our Java course from which our delegates gain a lot of appreciation is the one in which I ask them to set up an array of arrays containing Pascal's Triangle of Binomial Coefficients. It sounds mighty complex, but I explain it on the board and it comes down to just defining the arrays ....

4412 - Java -making sure you have the right versions
"Java is a portable language" ... "The binary .class files will work across platform". And indeed they will - within limits. I was teaching Java earlier today, using a Linux operating system on one of our delegate machines, and this evening I'm writing up examples on my backroom laptop - a system t ....

4411 - Location, location location. And a chance of a giggle!
I think carefully before I post a negative review online about a hotel I stay in while I'm away; I'm very conscious of just how much heartache a review that's even a spot or so off perfect - five crowns not six - can give. So let me start with a positive. Six crowns out of six for the location. F ....

4410 - A good example of recursion - a real use in Python
Recursion is where a named block of code calls itself. The "classic" demonstration is the code to generate a factorial number:   def factorial(n):     if n ....

4409 - Setting up and using a dict in Python - simple first example
Here's a very short and easy example of the use of a dict in Python. Set up a dict and fill it from a file (key value is 2nd field; value to be looked at is 7th)   lookup = {}   for record in open("railstats.txt","r"):     fields = record.strip().split('\t') ....

4408 - Additional Python courses added to our schedule
Extra public Python courses - at our Melksham, Wiltshire training centre. • Learning to Program in Python, starting on Monday 2nd March 2015. 5 days, for delegates without (much) prior programming experience. - £1350.00 (day delegate) or £1700.00 (including overnight accommodatio ....

4407 - Python - even named code blocks are objects
In Python, "everything is as object" and objects / variables share the same data storage area and naming convention if they're "classic" variables containing data values used in your program, or if they're names pieces of code (functions or methods). That sharing gives a great power in facilities ....

4406 - Fixing damaged MySQL tables - Error 1712 and Error 2013
ERROR 1712 (HY000): Index smf_messages is corrupted ERROR 2013 (HY000): Lost connection to MySQL server during queryA mysqldump: Error 2013: Lost connection to MySQL server during query when dumping table `smf_messages` at row: 135457 Oops ... I don't know what to say ... "Don't Panic" in the wor ....

4405 - Backup procedures - via backup server
Our main web server system becomes ever more important to our business - and having procedures in place to restore systems in the event of failure becomes ever more critical. What are we protecting against? Both hardware and software failures, and against intrusions and obsolescence (to the extent ....

4404 - Which (virtual) host was visited? Tuning Apache log files, and Python analysis
We host a number of domains on our main server, and in order to avoid fragmentation of log files, we keep a sinle composite log. Rather than use a standard logfile format henceforth, I've changed the second field to carry the virtual host name accessed for the request, as that was missing up until ....

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