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3930 - Reporting the full stack trace when you catch a Python exception
Python exceptions are a safety net which let you catch data or program problems or other unexpected issues without having to explicity code each and every potential problem or problem group - a wonderful fail safe mechanism. If you fail to write your Python code with try and except blocks, it will ....

3929 - Melksham Bus Issues - to be raised at First Bus Customer Panel
This evening, I'm at the First Bus Customer Panel in Bath for its first meeting. Whilst I'm not the most frequent of bus service users, I do use a variety of them, I have looked into issues and asked questions before, and I do have community input. Of particular Melksham interest that have been ....

3928 - Storing your intermediate data - what format should you you choose?
Many applications require data to be held at intermediate stages - stored. What format should be used? ... HUGE subject. 1. If there is already an industry standard / draft standard way of doing it, think very carefully before going for anything else. The standard will have been designed with ea ....

3927 - First match or all matches? Perl Regular Expressions
If you match a string to a regular expression, there are often lots of ways it can match. And if you're just saying "does this match", that's fair enough ... but if you're wanting to extract the matched data, you need to give it more thought. A Perl match to /-?\d+\.\d+/ in an if statement will g ....

3926 - Filtering PHP form inputs - three ways, but which should you use?
There's a vital need to validate user inputs in PHP - to make sure that users have put something sensible into the boxes on your forms. And there are multiple ways of doing this: a) You can check the incoming strings against regular expressions. In the old days you may have used the ereg functio ....

3925 - Red sky at night
No Shepherds around to be delighted (or is it warned), but a lovely sunset over The Spa! No Shepherds around to be delighted (or is it warned), but a lovely sunset over The Spa. ....

3924 - The bedrooms at Well House Manor
Last Sunday was... a Sunny day. And looking at the diary for Well House Manor, I noted that it was the last day until almost Christmas when all of our rooms were vacant during the day. So - what better chance to take some updated photographs? Bedroom 1. A quiet room around the back of the property, ....

3923 - 35 minutes is only a slight delay on our railway service
I'm going 2 days of PHP in London, and I've elected to travel by train. As I'm actually writing this, I'm somewhere between Twyford and Maidenhead, when I should now be on the underground somewhere near Euston Square. We were 35 minutes late leaving Reading, and our express train on the slow lin ....

3922 - Twerp - A person regarded as insignificant and contemptible
I've just received an email that was sent to me via "graham@twerp.org.uk", bounced to the sender, and was resent. And my wife received an email from a well reputed local company the other day, with the message "fix this bitch" attached to her original email by the manager to the minnion who respond ....

3921 - On rememberance, on war, and on preventing the war cycle
The 11th day of the 11th month ... and Remembrance Sunday. I was honoured to represent the Chamber of Commerce in laying a wreath at the war memorial in Melksham. And it was heartening to see so many people there - a packed church and a filled Canon Square. There are now no remaining soldiers alive ....

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