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1100 - Wondering where I have been
I "missed" yesterday ... and if you're wondering where I have been, let's have a look and see if we can find out .... That's our presentation board for "Save the Train" - getting the story of the loss of service and the communities it served out to people. A further presentation board? Yes, bu ....

1099 - Passenger flows
On the railways, I've seen so many people interested in the trains and not the travellers - they're often known as the "Gricer"s and "Anorak"s - and I've attended many meetings / seen many pictures they've taken and read many discussions. But the modern day railway is there very much for the pass ....

1098 - Three big events - TWSW, Business of the year and the police
The last day and a bit - some quick pictures .... Wiltshire Business of the Year Awards, Swindon, Friday evening. OK - I admit it - Tuxedos and big formal dinners are not my thing, so the very official award ceremony wasn't something I was looking forward to. I had guessed, realistically and as ....

1097 - Train and business balls all in the air!
A "mad" weekend coming up ... FSB meeting last night, Wiltshire Business of the year tonight, Travel Watch South West in Taunton on Saturday and our big "Save the Train" meeting on Monday. Tuxedo bought for tonight, more comfortable clothes for tomorrow, clothes for Monday not even considered yet! ....

1096 - Sample script - FTP to get a file from within PHP
A worked example from today's course - Only the password has been changed <?php $conn_id = ftp_connect("www.savethetrain.org.uk"); $login_result = ftp_login($conn_id, "savethetrain", "melksham"); if ((!$conn_id) || (!$login_result)) { echo "FTP connection has failed!"; exit; } ....

1095 - Apache httpd , browser, MySQL and MySQL client downloads
If you download a copy of the Apache httpd web server, does it come bundled with a browser as well? No - it doesn't. Although you'll access your web server through a browser most of the time (or rather your USERS will) it would be pretty odd to download both pieces of software together. and yet . ....

1094 - PHP fread - truncated data
Note that PHP's fread function returns the number of bytes you request as the second parameter ...OR the number of remaining bytes if it's less than the number you give ... or 8192 bytes, even if there's more than that available and you've requested more. I got caught out by this one earlier today ....

1093 - Wiltshire Train - can YOU come on 5th March?
Incredibly, it looks like the local campaign for an appropriate train service across Wiltshire - the "transWilts" line f from Swindon via Chippenham, Melksham, Trowbridge to Westbury with links on to Warminster, from and Salisbury may actually be getting somewhere. A draft timetable release to me b ....

1092 - Tcl training - often for a larger group
There's a different 'metric' for courses in the different languages we teach - PHP programmers come in ones and twos much of the time, but almost all of the Tcl training we do is for larger groups of delegates, in private courses at their place of work. Why is this? Tcl is used as an embedded e ....

1091 - The Psyche is all wrong.
I accept that I should pay - somehow - for my internet connection when I'm staying away in a hotel, but having to make a decision between 3 pounds for 30 minutes, 5 pounds for 2 hours and 17 pounds for 24 hours or 69 pounds for a week at Premier Travel Inn (Via Swisscom) is always one of those issue ....

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