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3151 - Disassembling Python and Java - previously compiled code
Most modern languages translate the source code you give into an intermediate byte code prior to it being run, and in can sometimes be useful and instructive to reverse engineer the code to help to understand what's going on within the more arcane elements of the language. Some languages actually ....

3150 - Python dictionaries - mutable and immutable keys and values
Lists, Tuples, and dictionaries are the conventional collection variables in Python - but when you stop to consider it, objects and strings are collections too. All of these structures bundle together other elements (members) in various ways. In first dictionary demonstrations, we usually use stri ....

3149 - Looking back at www.wellho.net
It's truely amazing just how much historic information you can find online these days if you want to - that's Internet historc data; by contrast it can be very hard to look back prior to the days of The Web in some areas - you just try putting together a table of London to Manchester train fares and ....

3148 - OpenGL / C / C++ - an example to get you started
A Computer Graphics application in C / C++ - that's the coding that one of my delegates is going to be doing for her "real work" after this week's course, and I found myself looking back to old times - when I used (amongst other things) to subcontract to Silicon Graphics to present courses on their ....

3147 - Hotel star ratings - towards a better system of review
"Star Ratings at hotels face the axe" says a headline in the Daily Express. "Hotel star ratings are to be scrapped because they are 'out of date' it emerged yesterday. Instead, guests will rely on consumer reviews on the Internet. [snip] Tourism minister John Penrose said the rating system is 'too ....

3146 - Strings in C
Strings in C are null terminated char arrays ... so you always need to allocate one more array member for them than the maximum possible length - to hold a string of up to 20 chars, you need an array of 21. Double quoted string constants are null terminated strings, and if you assign them to a vari ....

3145 - Structures v Structure Pointers in C. How, which, why.
A Structure in C is a series of sequential memory locations in which you may store and access all the various attributes of a piece of composite data; you define what each of the member elements is with a typedef and then declare variables of that new type. There's a simple example [here] which def ....

3144 - Setting up arrays in C - fixed size at compile time, or dynamic
You can store a whole series of data values of the same type in an array in C. The easiest way to declare an array is something like:   int history[20]; and that will give you an array of 20 elements - which you can refer to as elements number 0 to 19, so:   history[4] = 1234; ....

3143 - On time
Do we need to be on time? Well ... if I go to the station at 07:20 - that's a minute late for the 07:19 - there's a good chance that I'll have missed the train and have to make alternative arrangements to get where I need to be. Even a few seconds and "sorry, mate - I've already closed the doors; ....

3142 - Private and Public - and things between
A public train service is one which is available for anyone to travel on; a private one only takes limited passengers as invites / made available by the operator. And there could be intermediate levels too - I understand that at times the British Transport Police protect the last train from Weymout ....

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