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2679 - How to build a test harness into your PHP
I was writing a PHP demonstration yesterday, and I wanted to include a test harness with my class definitions that I could leave in place on the live code on my server, to be silently skipped over ... but which I could re-use at a later date for testing class changes, etc. How did I do it? An envi ....

2678 - Reaching out to the community - a good case for support
Over the past few weeks, I've attended a number of town and parish council meetings in Wiltshire. I've sat in and listened to talk about flooding and drainage at Dilton Marsh, about who should be the next deputy Mayor in Westbury, and to signage issues at Warminster last night. And it has struck ....

2677 - Blowing out the winter cobwebs
Spring was here for the first time this weekend - and Sunday afternoon was an opportunity to blow out the cobwebs a few miles from home on the Westbury White Horse. ....

2676 - Changing Times
We try to be helpful ... and when we were getting a lot of hits on our web site for people looking for arrivals at a local public transport place, because we were top Google hit for certain keywords, I dropped them a note to suggest that they make some changes to their web site wording. I got a rea ....

2675 - Redirecting to your main domain for correct security keys
Do you want to come to Well House Manor as a base to see Wiltshire or for a course? If it's you're first visit you'll want to find us on a map - and we have a map at http://www.wellho.net/demo/gmap.php which you can zoome to five levels at the click of a button and do other smart things with. And ....

2674 - Make and makefiles - a commented example to help you learn
If you're making an executable C++ file you build it from a whole lot of .o files, each of which you have compiled from a .cpp file. And you also build in library files. If you change a .cpp file, then you have to recompile it into a .o ... but don't forget that you also have to recompile the .cpp ....

2673 - Multiple Inheritance in C++ - a complete example
C++ and some other OO languages support multiple inheritance ... Java and some others do not, and it's often argued that multiple inheritance is an unnecessary complication. That may be the case in some languages, but certainly in Perl 5 it is necessary to have it to make use of eome of the modules ....

2672 - Dear Planners, please provide viable alternatives
I have a meeting at Melksham Police Station this evening (of the Community Area Partnership - not on police business!) - from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Melksham Police Station is about a mile and a half from home - outside the town on the old Semington Road. How can I get there? I could drive. I've been ....

2671 - Melksham - Carnival, Party in the Park, and Spot the Oddity
Saturday, 17th July 2010. There's a lot happening in Melksham, and here (for the newcomer) is a list of the events which are separately organised but co-operatively co-ordinated. Melksham Carnival. The Melksham Carnival Parade assembles at Cooper Tires in the afternoon, and leaves at 6 p.m. to fo ....

2670 - Pointers to Pointers to Pointers - what is the point?
From today's course - a new example showing pointers to pointers to pointers. But why? C pointers are useful in many ways: • they let you pass a single value into a function that holds a whole collection of data • they let you call by 'name' so that functions can alter values (see here) & ....

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