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3943 - With us for a year already!
Billy has now been with us for a year - a magnificent dog who really enjoys running in the wide open spaces of the field behind where we live ... and equally enjoys laying on the heated tiles, or in one of the big chairs. Even better, he loves curling up next to us, or on our knees; we call this hi ....

3942 - Santa Trip - Melksham Railway Development Group, 2012
I'm told it's the 14th year that Santa has been on the train from Melksham in the weeks before Christmas. In recent years, he's travelled up to Swindon and back on the 17:25 train ... this year with 80 adults and 70 children. A great time was had by all; the children met Santa, and got p ....

3941 - Building an object based on another object in Perl
When you create an object, you call a constructor method. In many languages, there's a special name for this method and the word new or init is often involved ... so in Perl it's a good convention to use new as well. Example:   $first = new roundtable(1800,"Pine"); Where does Perl find t ....

3940 - Run other processes from within your Perl program
There are several ways in Perl that you can run another process from within your Perl program: 1. You can use a system call, which runs the other process independently and returns to you when it has completed. You can check the completion status of the system call by examining $?. Before it runs, ....

3939 - Lots of ways of doing the same thing in Perl - list iteration
"There's more than one way of doing it" ... the mantra of Perl, which is both a blessing and a curse. It's a blessing because the programmer has a rich array of tools to hand and can always find a solution, making this ons of the most flexible languages around, and making it quick and easy for the ....

3938 - A long overdue meeting - a steeping stone towards coordinate transport user inputs
A rapt audience at yesterday's Travel and Transport coordination meeting for users and user groups in Westbury ... I fell asleep last night in a mixture of exhaustion and elation. We met at The Laverton in Westbury - All seats we had laid out were filled, with latecomers grabbing extra chairs. ....

3937 - Agenda for Wiltshire Link Travel groups meeting, Saturday 1st December 2012
The Laverton, Westbury, Saturday 1st December 2012 Wiltshire Link meeting for Travel and Transport User Groups and Interested Parties. If you feel this is for you - please sign up and come along [more details and signup form] Please feel free to arrive from 10 a.m.; coffee and biscuits will be ava ....

3936 - Lisa is home today ...
Lisa's been away for Thanksgiving; we've taken a few pictures to show her that we're missing her and that we're eating homecooked and healthy food ....

3935 - Whether you have programmed before or not, we can teach you Python
Our new "Intermediate Python" course last week was a roaring success - rave reviews from the delegates, with a real opportunity to delve deeper for the delegates who all had prior (self-taught) Python experience and really want to make the most of the language in their work. It was very interesting ....

3934 - Multiple identical keys in a Python dict - yes, you can!
If you have a list, you can only have one element at each number - there's just a single positon [0], a single [1] and so on. That's clear, and natural to understand. With a dict in Python (like a hash in Perl or an associative array in PHP), it's peceived wisdom that you can only have one element ....

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