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955 - Python collections - mutable and imutable
Should you use a list or a tuple ... or perhaps a dictionary to store a collection of objects in your Python program? To help you make the decision, think whether you need to be able to modify the collection after you've created it (mutable) or not (immutable), and whether you want it to be indexe ....

954 - Splitting Pythons in Bradford
Python supports two split functions methods to explode a string into a list of substrings. There's one in the default class that works on a string, and there's another in the re (Regular Expression) class. Splitting at a string works very will if you've got a fixed delimiter, typically in a machi ....

953 - Christmas in November
Does Christmas come earlier each year? Melksham's Christmas lights are up! To be fair, they were just testing them last night when I took this sneak preview, and they won't be switched on until Santa comes on 2nd December. Come to think of it ... that's only a few days away! ....

952 - Coming from London to Melksham by train for a course
If you're travelling by train to a Well House Consultants course, we can meet you off the 19:08 arrival (Mondays to Fridays) from Swindon, which has a connection leaving London Paddington at 17:30. If your course starts on a Monday, a train leaves Paddington at 18:00 on Sunday evening and arrives i ....

951 - What happened at Geekmas
A big "Thank You" to everyone who came along to Geekmas over the weekend - a good time, a great night at the hotel, and a fantastic curry had by all! Code quality, testing and maintainability turned out to be a major theme that ran through the weekend - with topics ranging from Rasmus Lerdorf's 4 l ....

950 - Python and the Magic Roundabout
I'm giving a Python course in Swindon today and tomorrow, and my group of seasoned programmers were concerned (that's putting it politely) that blocks of code in Python are inset, rather than being written between a { and a } as happens in most other languages. Have you come across the Magic Rounda ....

949 - Sludge off the mountain, and Python and PHP
Is Python 2.3 compatible with version 2.2? How about PHP 5.1 with PHP 4.4? In an ideal world, the answer to every such compatibility question would be "yes, it is" but it's not always quite that simple. Python's upwards compatibility is excellent - as a language, it was designed for the purpose ....

948 - Running an on line campaign
One of the topics that came up over Geekmas (about which I could post a lot more!) was the running of a successful on line campaign. Ah - now I will be the first to admit that our "Save the Train" campaign has NOT been 100% successful in that we haven't achieved our ultimate goal of saving the t ....

947 - What is an SQL injection attack?
An SQL injection attack is where a user of your form enters a piece of SQL code into it, and wraps it in special characters in such a way that the data entered doesn't get used for the purpose you had intended - it gets used to corrupt or destroy your database. For example, if your form returns to ....

946 - Look around this mouth.
What have these in common? Alton Barnes, Cherhill, Devizes, Hackpen Hill, Marlborough, Uffington, Westbury and York. Need another clue? Add Cerne Abbas, Dunstable and Fovant in the same genre. And there's another clue in the title. You've probably got it quite quickly .... and here are some li ....

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