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998 - The year of the exploding projector
2006 has been the year of the exploding projector. A BenQ exploded on me in February in Dublin, and our old, old Sony popped out on me today. But then we do use the kit hard ... ....

997 - Most recent file in a directory - PHP
Want to report the most recently updated file in a directory in PHP? It's the sort of thing we all want to do, but in a variety of modified forms, quite often ... here's a code snippet to do it for you: $dir = "/home/wellho/public_html/demo"; $pattern = '\.(html|php|php4)$'; $newstamp = 0; $newn ....

996 - Setting your colour theme through PHP
Although we usually think of PHP as a server side language concerned with databases and the driving of applications, it's also of great use in controlling the use's look and feel ... indeed, I've just written a number of examples of how PHP can be used to select a set of colours (themes) for the use ....

995 - Ruby's case - no break
It has always struck me that switch statements in languages like C, PHP, Tcl and Java are very longwinded and clumsy, with a need for blocks and blocks, and every case having to end with a break (or equivalent) to stop multiple cases being run via a drop-through. I can understand why they were writ ....

994 - Training on Cascading Style Sheets
There are certain technologies such as Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) that I describe as associated technologies - not our bread and butter training business, but never the less subjects that we need to know, quite well and with practical experience too, as part of our work. These technologies get pe ....

993 - Positioning with Cascading Style Sheets
I've been busy updating some cascading style sheet demonstrations and adding to material today, including some positioning demonstrations which, I must confess, have been a bit frustrating at time. There's just so much I want to show without producing a great fat book with lots of long examples .. ....

992 - Enthusiastic, but ....
I'm enthusiatic in my support for the TransWilts train services, but I'm not an enthusiast. And I'm not an expert on any aspects of the railways, but I have some expertise on aspects of how the railway runs. Such is the symantics of my ongoing pressures for an appropriate level of train service for ....

991 - Adding a member to a Hash in Ruby
In Ruby, you must initialise your variables - in other words, you cannot use the content of a variable that doesn't exist and have the language assume it will be 0, as happened with Perl. So if - for example - you're using a Hash to keep tabs of a number of counters, you can't just +=1 members and ....

990 - Ruby - Totally Topical
Ruby supports topicalisation - the $_ variable being set by certain statements when a piece of code such as gets in a while statement isn't assigned, and the the same variable being used in many other methods - and even as the object on which methods run by default - in following code. Here's a pie ....

989 - Melksham Quiz
Q: In what year did Charles Maggs set up a Rope factory in Spa Road, Melksham? That's one of the questions from a quiz... where all the answers were numbers... that I set up for the ladies of the Bowerhill Villager for their Christmas quiz last night. The theme wasn't "Christmas" but there was cert ....

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