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3060 - INSERT, DELETE, REPLACE and UPDATE - changing the content of SQL tables
Most enquires of an SQL database are SELECTs - most database are "Read Mostly" and writes are limited to a small proportion of accesses (though there are exceptions). And SELECTs are much more complex that things that insert or change data too. However, I found myself writing en example on yester ....

3059 - Object Orientation in an hour and other Perl Lectures
I enjoy the occasional course that's different in its design and specification, and yesterday was one of those - more lectures that training, on intermediate and advanced Perl, for a group of eight delegates who were all well experienced at PHP, but Perl "dabblers" to this point. During the day, we ....

3058 - MacBook Air - hardware and system review
It's tiny - I can actually work with it in a standard class First Great Western seat and not have the screen bouncing and rubbing against the seat in front, even if my knees so - it's the MacBook Air. I'll admit it - I was tempted to get the previous Air when I was looking at the next generation of ....

3057 - Lots of things to do with and within a C++ class
I've added a build up example - written during the current C to C++ conversion bootcamp - to our Further C++ OO Features module. First step shows a simple class and test harness. Second step adds a comparison of heap or stack objects, overloading of methods, static methods, more character handling ....

3056 - C++ - a complete example with polymorphism, and how to split it into project files
One of the things that newcomers to Object Oriented projects find most difficult is to know how all the various parts of the OO paradigm are related to each other - and that's especially the case on larger C++ projects, where the number of files of source involved is likely to be substantial. Yeste ....

3055 - Zyliana Kyrei Cox
Congratulations to Tyler and Abbi on the successful delivery, yesterday evening, in Naples, Florida ... a daughter - Zyliana Kyrei Cox. Thus far, Tyler has posted only a picture and a smiley on his Facebook page but judging by the picture, and the winkey / smiley he chose, I think it's safe to say ....

3054 - Longhope Hotel
There's something experimental about this post. You'll wonder why I'm talking about hotel and accommodation facilities in a village in the Forest of Dean, in Gloucestershire, or in the Orkneys, and providing you with links to Longhope in the Orkneys and to The Farmer's Boy. And at the same time why ....

3053 - Make - automating the commands for building and installing
Coding projects (and their open source distributions) require build scripts - files of commands that convert the source code into executable programs, that install the various resultant files into place, and that can clean up the build area for a fresh build or for redistribution. The make system ....

3052 - Getting your C++ program to run
Here are some problems with compiling and running a quite straightforward C plus plus program (Gnu C++ compile gcc) wizard:cpp graham$ g++ morethan.cpp morethan.cpp:9:18: error: ir.inc: No such file or directory morethan.cpp: In function ‘int main()’: morethan.cpp:27: error: ‘intread’ was n ....

3051 - Positively reforming the system - could it be done?
One of the frustrating things to us, as employers, is the "benefit / poverty trap". That's where someone who's currently supported by the state wishes to work, but is prevented from doing so "because it will cost me - I will loose more in benefit than I gain in salary". And that has been said - on ....

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