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1282 - Stringing together Tcl scripts
If you have a series of Tcl scripts that you want to run in a sequence, you can call all of them up in a master script using a series of source commands. This command switches input from the current script (sources) to the new source given as if the text of the sourced file was copied in to the orig ....

1281 - Latercomer to the technology
"I am on the 234 - can I get you a cup of coffee on my way in?" I've mislaid my simple old mobile phone, and had Lisa's (tooooo many buttons) jobbie with me yesterday at the West Wilts show - alone on early stand duty as it's pretty pointless having any more there to open up a very simple booth and ....

1280 - West Wilts - no longer Wet Wilts - show
A much better day at the West Wilts show. We've moved to our own, and bigger, stand and outside, wood chippings and a bit of sun do miracles ....

1279 - The Gdansk fireball
I listened, open mouthed, speechless, enthralled as the old lady told me how she and her family escaped (or rather - some of them) escaped from Gdansk / Danzig - the Baltic port under German occupation at the time when it was bombed to a raging inferno by the allies during the second world war. I fo ....

1278 - West Wilts Show
The bi-annual West Wilts show is taking place today, tomorrow and Saturday in Trowbridge, and I have agreed to take a table for Well House Conultants and Save the Train on the Federation of small businesses stand. Of Course, being a small business organisation thay had booked a small stand. No - ....

1277 - AgtInvoke - a command to drive Agilent Tcl software extensions
In Tcl, there's a lot of commands available already - and there would be a lot more if separate commands were provided for each operation you might wish to perform. So some of the commands that are provided are really megacommands that wrap a whole lot of others up in a single group. Let's take st ....

1276 - On flooding in Wiltshire and elsewhere in the West of England
Lisa's family, who live half way around the world from us, have heard the news that there are major floods here in the West of England, and wrote to ask if we are effected / all right. I'm quoting from Lisa's reply here ... We've been in an enviable oasis, both the house and the hotel. Some rai ....

1275 - Incident in Melksham
I don't often write too much personal family stuff here. I love and care for - very much - all my folks but I also respect their privacy and so I don't shout about them too loudly and proudly even though in my heart I might like to. However, I'm making a brief exception here. Have a look at this ....

1274 - Radio coverage for railway issues
Do I just get rather blasé about things at times? Maybe ... a phone call to return, and it turns out to be a BBC interview looking for comment prior to the release of tomorrow's rail white paper. 40 seconds to put a case. Let me see - from a customer's viewpoint, I would like to see it le ....

1273 - Melksham or Weymouth? Meal or day out?
re: Weymouth So says the title of an email corespondence that's going on at the moment, concerning plans to meet up for an Indian Meal with friends in Melksham this evening. Isn't it amazing how off-topic we can get at times. Let me tell you about Weymouth, though. We're arranging a special t ....

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