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905 - Not proud to be British
I'm proud to be British. Correction - I'm usually proud to be British, but there are times that I squirm with embarrassment at what we do to visitors to our country. Last night (or, rather, early this morning) I was up at Chippenham Station meeting 3 people off the train due in at 00:56 - they had ....

904 - Of course I'll tell you by email
It's about the time that I should be writing the next issue of "Of Course" - our twice yearly newsletter about Open Source training, and the news from Melksham and our training centre. But there's so much happening - with Well House Manor opening earlier this month, and with an initial 3 months 'ru ....

903 - Pieces of Python
From a most interesting Saturday which was spent doing a one on one session on thread, wxPython, etc - some Python snippets that provide unusual demos and hard-to-find answers: The Backtic operator evaluates an expression and returns the result as a string val1 = 16 val2 = 18 result = "The result ....

902 - Brand new hotel and training centre, Melksham
Our first full week at Well House Manor - and what a week it was! The hotel opened for guests last week, and this week for our public courses. Initial reviews all excellent - "Accommodation excellent; I can't praise the organisation and course highly enough" writes one delegate. If you've found t ....

901 - Python - listing out the contents of all variables
You can often guess which course I'm giving by the topic of the my daily writing .... "How do I list out the contents of all variables with names starting v-a-r ... a question from yesterday. The immediate answer: # print all variables starting with "var" sum = 9 var3 = 78 var6 = 99 varsity = 56 ....

900 - Python - function v method
What's the difference between a function and a method? A function is a named piece of code that performs an operation, and a method is a function with an extra parameter which is the object that it's to run on. Example: class hotel:  def __init__(self,name,nightly):   self.name ....

899 - Python - extend v append on a list
In Python, you can extend a list and you can append to it as well. What's the difference? If you append a list to another list, you add the new list as a single extra list to the original, thus makingthe original list just one longer with an item that is itself a list. But if you extend a lis ....

898 - Courses at Well House Manor
As from the start of this week, all of our public courses are running at Well House Manor. Larger courses (that's up to a maximum of 7 on the public courses) run in "The Wilts" room giving all the delegates plenty of space. Smaller courses, private tuition, breakouts in "The Berks" for a more inti ....

897 - Too much for the National Trust
Yesterday was the day that the National Trust with other organisations designated to be a typical day, and they encouraged everyone to write a blog to be archived for posterity to show typical life in October, 2006. Good idea, yes; I wrote mine, but came to find on submission that there's a 4k lim ....

896 - PHP - good coding practise and sticky radio buttons
With PHP, it's very easy to knock together a page with a couple of radio buttons and a small application just be taking the "bull at a gate" approach - but if you develop code like this, and without planning, you end up with a very long application that's hard to follow and maintain and - unless you ....

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