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783 - Good follow up ... my thanks
My grateful thanks to our local police inspector for going well beyond the call of duty in explaining some of the law and the Wiltshire police policy in applying it with regard to the incident I reported here the other week. I've added an update quoting many of his words. I appreciate that the poli ....

782 - Converting between Hex and Decimal in Tcl
Tcl is much used in the semiconductor industry, so there's a common requirement to use it to convert values back and forth between hexadecimal (base 16) and decimal (base 10). Easily done! The format command can be used to convert from decimal to hexadecimal, and the expr command can be used to c ....

781 - Tcl - lappend v concat
In Tcl, you can use the lappend command to add items on to a list, but it doesn't always do exactly what you wish it to. Let's say that I've got two lists - the first containing the early courses of a meal, and the second containing the latter courses. If I append the second list to the first, th ....

780 - Separation and Integration
With the smoking ban in enclosed public places here in Ireland now being old news, things have settled down to the new way, and you'll find two communities at pubs like the one that's attached to the Plaza Hotel in Tallaght where I'm staying this week. A deep break as you walk toward the pub from t ....

779 - The fragility of pancakes - and better structures
Have you ever hunted around a directory for a file ... you KNOW it's there, but you can't find it - can't see the wood for the trees, if you like, in a listing that spills over many pages? I call such directory structures "pancakes" as they're thin and flat, and they tend not to be very easy to wor ....

778 - Weekend in Ireland
Greetings from Ireland ... it feels almost like a regular trip, arriving at first light on the boat at Dublin Docks. This weekend's been a little different; rather that head all the way back from Liverpool to home late into Friday evening, just to set off again during Sunday (and perhaps via Liver ....

777 - On Crosby sands
On Friday, I finished in Liverpool city centre at 17:00 and had a boat due to depart to Dublin at 22:00 from Bootle Docks just five miles up the road. This left me with time to look around at Crosby and Blundellsands, near the mouth of the Mersey. An old, quiet, clearly very affluent suburb of Liver ....

776 - Naming Rooms
What should we number or name the two rooms that we'll have available for training, meetings, conferences as Well House Manor? Normally, I'm not a great fan of names (and indeed bedrooms will be numbered), but somehow "A" and "B" or "1" and "2" don't seem right, and "the training room" and "the mee ....

775 - Do not duplicate your code
If you've writing or maintaining a program and you find yourself cutting and pasting a chunk of code, STOP and think again. By duplicating a block of code, you're duplicating your maintainance task from that point onwards - any fixes applied to the original much be applied to the copy too. And tha ....

774 - Bed and Breakfast, or Hotel?
To stay at a good small hotel, or at a good bed and breakfast? We're in the process of setting up our business hotel in a grand old house that was formerly run as a Bed and Breakfast, and the changes are substantial. Here's a comparision / sanity check that I put together to highlight where the t ....

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