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4368 - Shuffling a list - Ruby and Python
Shuffling a list / array is quite a common requirement. The best way to do it is to take a list of all the items to be shuffled, and to choose one at random as the first member of the output list / array. Then move the last item on the incoming array into the gap left, and choose another from the ....

4367 - A year of rail memories!
I used to drive 30,000 miles a year ... but I've reduced that now to around 3,000 - not travelling less, but using the train more. And in 2014, we've had a half-decent service from Melksham that I've been helping to promote. Here are some pictures from the year - some places near and far, some not ....

4366 - Changing what operators do on objects - a comparison across different programming languages
In Object Oriented languages, you used named pieces of code known as methods to perform an operation on a variable - for example you might write   weeklist.extend(weekend) to take a list of (something) for a week and add a list relating to weekend onto the end of it. Sometimes, the method ....

4365 - The changing face of Christmas
Christmas day was spend queitly at home - or, rather, mostly at home. A couple of brief trips of 6 miles each way to Devizes to pick up dad and bring him around for a Christmas Dinner, there being no bus service to use either one way or the other, which is what we do for most visits. I cooked most o ....

4364 - Christmas day in Melksham
A rare day (almost) off as Rachel took the breakfasts and hotel service, and no new guests are expected (thank you Rachel) ... and a quiet Christmas with Lisa and Dad, Billy and Gypsy. On call this evening ... but all is quiet. And back to work for boxing day breakfast, with room changes and then ....

4363 - A quiet evening in Melksham - awaiting Santa
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4362 - What a difference a year makes
Until December last year, just two trains ran each way per day on the TransWilts, at times of day that fitted well with neither long distance single journeys nor daily commutes nor leisure days out. In Winter, the only time we saw a passenger train in the daylight was on a Saturday, when ....

4361 - Multiple yields and no loops in a Python generator?
Python generator functions return their results in parts and don't have a return statement but rather a yield statement whenever a results is ready to be returned - typically, the production of a list that's returned all at once is replaced by the production (in a loop) of a series of values, each o ....

4360 - Python - comparison of old and new string formatters
The % operator in Python when applied to a string object formats the object to the right using the format specifier to the left, using the same notations as the C function sprintf. For example:   >>> j = 1.0 / 7.0   >>> print j   0.142857142857   >>> print "j ....

4359 - How to avoid too many recalculations within an object
Object Orientation is a wonderful way of segmenting your code - hiding algorithms within objects (encapsulating) so that the user of your code need now realise about / understand the algorithms. But this can mean that the user, unknowingly, runs potentially slow and complex code many times over when ....

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