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1529 - Tcl - learning how to use namespaces, packages and libraries together
Tcl supports both packages (which allow code to be loaded from libraries at run time) and namespaces (which allow for procs and variables to be grouped together to allow you to avoid conflicts as you use code from lots of different sources). Strictly speaking, the two sets of facilities are indepe ....

1528 - Object Oriented Tcl
Object Oriented Tcl ([incr-Tcl]) is darned good - but it's only a requirement in a small proportion of the Tcl Training Courses that I give. So it was with real pleasure that I spent some time yesterday writing an example in front of my class in the Nottingham area to show them just how fabulous it ....

1527 - Selecting file names in a shell - one word or another
If you want to select all file names that include the words "cat" or "dog" in them with file name matching, you can do so using curly braces - that's supported by most modern shells as part of what is known as "globbing". Here's an example - I've just been copying images off my digital camera and I ....

1526 - Carers at work - court case changes
It was a slow news day yesterday with no obvious top story, so the "top story" that I happened across in Nottingham perhaps didn't even make it onto other people's radar. It concerns a lady who had to rush off from work from time to time because she's a carer. She felt that her employers weren't gi ....

1525 - Just one thing let the service down - but that is my memory
A good, lively bustling breakfast room at the Premier Inn in Nottingham this morning. I admire Duncan's introduction and interaction with customers - noting that he took special care to go back and look after a gentleman who was on his known, clearly new to the culture, and could (and did) benefit f ....

1524 - Nottingham - just text!
I'm in Nottingham - giving a Tcl course - for a few days. No pictures yet - sorry. Firstly, I arrived at the venue in a rush (that's another term for a car that has got seriously held up in the traffic) and left in the dark. Secondly, I left the vital cable to link camera to computer beside the b ....

1523 - Ive just received an email from myself. Should I be worried?
A friend writes ... Dear Graham, I have just received an e-mail claiming to be from my own address with the above title. Should I be concerned? Short answer - no, you shouldn't be concerned. But this does occur from time to time, and I know that it does concern people, so it's worthy of a fuller ....

1522 - Paging Martin Noke, who petitions for more trains from Trowbridge to Swindon
Update, 2nd Feb 08 - see base of article It was about a year ago that I ran a petition on the Prime Minister's web site, calling upon Tony Blair (our then Prime Minister) to provide an appropriate train service from Westbury to Swindon, and other routes which are operated using the same fleet of tr ....

1521 - Evening drive across the roof of Wiltshire
A crisp winter's day ... and a shopping trip to Swindon. A late afternoon drive back over the Marlborough Downs. In Devizes, the pond by the green - the Crammer - shimmered as the light went down, with trees silhouetted against the sky. Caen Hill Locks on the canal run through the town, and a ....

1520 - Terms and Conditions - Hotel, England - plain English
With our hotel getting busier every month, and with advertising in place to fill rooms at weekends and holidays when our training courses are not in full swing, it seems a good time to update our terms and conditions. On one hand, I wanted to cover almost every eventuality, but on the other hand I ....

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