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1117 - Newport Male Voice Choir
The Newport Male Voice Choir came by coach to Melksham last night, and sang at the Mayor's reception - an annual event at the assembly hall, this year raising money for Alzheimer's Charities. Watching the singers on the stage, I couldn't help noticing the wide range of facial expressions - some s ....

1116 - PHP adding arrays / summing arrays
A question from my mailbox, answered in relation to our hotel. "I have a number of arrays in PHP and I want to add the elements of the arrays together". "There doesn't appear to be an array_sum function". So in other words, my correspondent may have room occupancy data such as: $bed1 = array(2,2, ....

1115 - Unexpected visitors to our site
Overnight, I received an email from someone how came to our site for a most unusual reason ... "I wonder if you can help me. I have recently started receiving dozens of bizarre emails such as the one below. When I Googled some of the sentences, such as, “To put the top hat on it, he quickly assem ....

1114 - PHP Image upload script
"How do I upload an image to my server?" That's a common question and I have provided many answers before ... but today I wrote a very simple script that shows just the pertinent points of uploading an image. <?php if ($_REQUEST[completed] == 1) { $newname = uniqid("whc").".jpg"; ....

1113 - File and URL reading in PHP
In PHP, we say "there's a function to do that" as the answer to almost any question is going to be in the form of a function name, or a list of functions, to call. And PHP has more functions than almost any other language, making it more flexible than most. Take file handling ... where in so many ....

1112 - Bank Holiday country breaks in Melksham, Wiltshire
Had a busy few months since Christmas? Fancy a relaxing long weekend break in one of the most beautiful counties in Southern England, staying in a luxury room in a quiet private hotel? Regular readers and delegates on our courses may already have read a lot about Well House Manor in Melksham, but ....

1111 - Training in Lua
I'm always keeping my ears and eyes open for up and coming languages, and earlier this week the subject of lua came up. Lua is a procedural programming language, written as long ago as 1993, which has gained a degree of popularity of late. It's written in a subset of ANSI C and C++ to give it ma ....

1110 - Python - two different splits
In Python, there are two different split methods you can use to break up a string into a number of substrings, based on a particular separator. If you know exactly what character(s) your separator will be - e.g. exactly one space - the you can use the method in the string class. By if your separa ....

1109 - False imprisonment - a contrast from the news
Two items of news struck me yesterday as I fought my way home through horrendous traffic from Cambridge. I was delighted to learn that the five British diplomats who had been kidnapped in Ethiopia had been released, and were fit and well - there remains, though, a concern for the 8 local people kid ....

1108 - Express service
"Express" shouts the marketing material for the place I'm staying in for a couple of days in Cambridge, and even though I'm close to being laid up there with the flu, I thought I would nip down for a quite bite last night in the bar/restaurant; I needed food, and they're in a remote spot far from a ....

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