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2459 - New Web Site for Melksham Chamber of Commerce
I'm going to "hit the button" this week ... a small, but very important new website for Melksham Chamber of Commerce and Industry and under their own domain name too! http://www.melkshamchamber.org.uk/ The Chamber is a member of the Wessex Association of Chambers of Commerce - covering more that a ....

2458 - Cant connect to local MySQL server through socket /tmp/mysql.sock
Q Have you ever had the error message Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/tmp/mysql.sock' from your PHP program. It's one that I see quite often, but it doesn't seem all that well documented ... so what's the cause, and the cure? A The error message seems to occur if you delete y ....

2457 - Railway Arithmetic
1 + 1 = 1 If you have an early morning round trip out and back to a residential / suburb, and a similar evening round trip, you're just providing a single commute opportunity to the origin point of the train. 2 + 2.5 = 8 If you take the two round trips of the first example, and add two more round t ....

2456 - Bright Eyes
Lisa pointed me at the upside down dogs website the other day ... and we had a chuckle. The picture besides this entry is sideways on, and I have entitled it "Bright Eyes". ....

2455 - Lua examples - coroutines, error handling, objects, etc
I have presented a bespoke Lua course over the last three days ... and it has lead me to some interesting new examples which I'm sharing here. Object Orientation is more a way of thinking and coding than a language feature in Lua - when you set up a piece of data / structure / object, you do so in ....

2454 - For loops in Lua
As an old Fortran programmer, I remember that a for loop was given a start point, an end point and a step ... and they had to be whole numbers (integers). Lua's for loops can be used that way, but they can be used a lot more flexibly too. From, to, step for loops Th egood news is that Lua works ....

2453 - Dark to dark
I know that autumn is well here when I set out in the dark for a customer site at the start of the day ... and by the time I get to my hotel in the evening, it's dark as well. But there's a beauty in the rising sun over Salisbury plain, and I'm lucky to have a camera that captures some of the atmos ....

2452 - Making executable binaries in Python (or Perl)
In a nutshell, translations of any of the scripting / semi-scripting languages into executables require the libraries that are included with the base distribution to be included with them, so they gain very little indeed in terms of efficiency or footprint; if the language uses dynamic memory alloc ....

2451 - Gypsy says
Gypsy has asked me to point out following on from yesterday's entry that although she appeared in three out of the four family pictures (and was the ONLY one to appear multiple times, I noticed!), she did NOT appear in the picture with the food. In all seriousness, she has settled down well since w ....

2450 - Family Gathering at 404, The Spa
Yesterday's lunch was the first time in goodness know how long that the whole family living here abouts came together for dinner, so I'm going to make a very rare break from my 'norm' and post a family photo which they all knew I was taking. From left to right, my Dad, son Chris, his wife Delene, T ....

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