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2839 - Software versions used - June 2010
On public courses, we normally use the the latest (or a very recent) stable version of the open source software that we teach. On private courses, we will use the same version, but that is subject to amendement on discussions with customers. As of today (30th June 2010), here is a snapshot of the m ....

2838 - Respecting our customers anonimity
In answer to a question asked via Ask the Tutor. A good question which I have emailed an answer to, followed by the text "IF YOU POST AS EXAMPLE - ANON PLEASE" My Answer: I couldn't help noticing you emphasising that to me in your message: "IF YOU POST AS EXAMPLE - ANON PLEASE". My initial react ....

2837 - Lorry Parking in Melksham
From the Chamber of Commerce Administrator ... Chris Major, Parking Services Manager from Wiltshire Council has asked [me] to advise you of changes to King Street Car Park in Melksham regarding the lorry park which is going to take effect c. 5th July 2010. I would be grateful if you could pass this ....

2836 - Perl - the duplicate key problem explained, and solutions offered
Do you want to hold data in a hash in Perl - but you can't do so directly because you have more than one piece of data that should have the same key? The problem ... while (<DIAL>) {   ($dial,$place) = split   $codes{$place} = $dial;   } And each line that contain ....

2835 - A course is more than just a chap giving a lecture
There's so much more to running a training company than presenting the material. There's specifying the course, planning the content, writing and updating the notes, taking bookings, checking that the course is right and that the customer needs are met, ensuring that the tutor knows the subject re ....

2834 - Teaching examples in Perl - third and final part
Three part article ... this is part 3. Jump back to part [1] [2] Following on from two earlier posts, here is the final third of the new examples that I wrote during last week's Perl course, and to which I have added extra documentation over the last couple of days. P212 More on Character Strings ....

2833 - Fresh Perl Teaching Examples - part 2 of 3
Three part article ... this is part 2. Jump to part [1] or [3] Perl is the most tremendously powerful and fully featured langauge - you've probably seen that from the first set of sample programs from last week's course, which I wrote up over the following weekend to share with a wider audience. ....

2832 - Are you learning Perl? Some more examples for you!
One of the things that you'll get on a Well House Consultants course is new code written by the tutor in front of your very eyes. We do that because: • you need to learn not only how code works, but also the though code process behind the code - not only how it is written in a ceratyin way b ....

2831 - Recording (a macro) in vi
There are time that I'm editing a file with vi, and I note that my editor says "recording on the bottom of the screen / status bar. What have I done? Is this useful? Can / should I turn it off? • If you type "q" followed by another keystroke in command mode, you start recording into a macro b ....

2830 - Poulshot Village Fete
After attending the opening of Dauncey Gardens in Melksham yesterday (the whole world was invited ;-) ), I went on to the Poulshot Village Fete in the afternoon. I'll tell you why as you read on. Poulshot is one of the smaller villages - nearer to Devizes than Melksham - with the largest village ....

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