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1447 - Refa Tandoori Indian Restaurant, Melksham
I've always admired how the "Indian" restaurants in our town compete, and yet work together for the common good of charity causes. And they're doing so again. Each of them is holding an evening on behalf of the Bangladesh Cyclone Disaster (I used the term "Indian" because really they're from Bangl ....

1446 - An answer to a student asking 'Help'
I've got time - a lot of time - to help people who are learning; it's really rewarding to teach the subjects that we do, and the most rewarding students are those who take the time to go above and beyond the norm in asking questions. So why, when I get an email out of the blue asking for help with ....

1445 - Looking after you Christmas Customer Crowds
A Christmas shopping trip to Swindon yesterday ... and so many chances to see how others do the "customer service" thing, with more lessons learnt on what to avoid than what to emulate! Our initial stop in a big chain of computer stores, where we have a business account; just a few odds and ends ne ....

1444 - Using English can slow you right down!
When you're programming and you assign a variable, that's usually a single result. For example (we're talking Perl in these examples) $position = $record % $pagelength; However, there are often side effects of an action which you might want to make later use of too. For example: $postcode = ($pc ....

1443 - Christmas is coming very early
It's that time of the year when Melksham's Spa Houses appear from behind the trees where they've been hiding all the year ... ... and thoughts turn to Christmas presents ... ... although not actually for us. "We have 33 children" says Lisa - not words I expect to come from her mouth, but rat ....

1442 - Reading a file multiple times - file pointers
When you open a file for read, you create a "file pointer" which knows where in the file you are, and each time you read from the file this advances so that you get the next piece of data each time you do a read. Usually you don't see the file pointer at all - it's internal - and you think nothing ....

1441 - On cancellations, rebooking, and pricing schemes
Lisa forwarded me an email describing how travelers are booking their hotel rooms well in advance, then canceling them at the last week or so if they see a special deal or suspect one from a major chain, and rebooking at the lower price. The article went on to say how the bigger hotel chains are le ....

1440 - Useful command or messy screen?
I was writing a file the other day - a "Perl Object Oriented" course specification. Only when I looked back at my screen having cut and pasted it various times did I notice that my screen was covered in cat poo ....

1439 - Linux / Unix - layout of operating system files
At the top level .. Typically "read only" bin - binaries - executable programs sbin - system admin binaries - programs for the system / admin lib - library files (needed by binaries and shared between them) usr - the bulk of the operating system (the bit that is not needed to boot) Typically "read ....

1438 - Copy and paste / cut and paste and other vi techniques
* If you want to duplicate a line, you can yank it with Y into the default yank buffer, then move your cursor and push it out with p or P to push it after or before the current line. * To move a line, delete it with dd which puts it into the yank buffer, then push it with p or P. * The number of l ....

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