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593 - Finding where the disc space has gone
Murphy's fourth law states that data expands to fill the disc space available, and there's a collaboration that states that it reaches that full point when you're trying to save a file you should have saved a long time ago during a complex operation. I'm not a good one at deleting old backup files; ....

592 - NOT Gone phishing
Early last week, I was giving a training course on Perl and talking a little bit about Perl objects - how all the internal logic that's associated with a particular type of data can be hidden within a source file so that the person writing the code to call it up only needs to understand what to put ....

591 - Key facts - SQL and MySQL
Some quick ways to remember your SQL; here are some "flashbulb moments" for newcomers and occasional users of MySQL and other SQL databases. A database daemon is a process that looks after a number of DATABASES each of which comprises a number of TABLES each of which comprises data arranges in ROWS ....

590 - Danny and Donna are getting married
"Can I write a very quick Perl script to run a wedding list, where items are marked off as bought once someone has put their name against them?". So wrote Danny, hoping to get his online friends to fund large parts of his round the world trip ... My normal reaction would be to say "look, Danny - ....

589 - Robust PHP user inputs
If you write a script in PHP, it's one thing handing benign user inputs, and quite another "bullet proofing" your script against awkward characters (of the "less than" and "double quote" type) entered into form fields where they can lead to problems of the SQL error, echo display corruption and inje ....

588 - Changing @INC - where Perl loads its modules
Where does Perl load modules from in its use and require statements? It loads them from directorys in a special list called @INC, from files with a .pm extension in those directorys. When Perl's installed, @INC is set to a list of directorys that includes generic locations for its standard modules ....

587 - Job vacancy - double agent wanted
Seated in a beautiful Italian restaurant overlooking the Pacific in San Diego, California, the Vice President of Zingo [company name changed] suggested that I might like to become a double agent - a spy for his California based arm of Zingo in the Basingstoke office, where I was in the role of Europ ....

586 - Perl Regular Expressions - finding the position and length of the match
If you want to find the position of a match in an incoming string, simply check the length of $` (That's $PREMATCH if you've chosen to use English;) to check where it starts, and add the length of $& (that's $MATCH) to find where it ends. Lets say I want to find all the URLs referred to in a we ....

585 - Looking for Python staff
I'm often asked if I know any good Python programmers. And the next sentence is usually along the lines of "I'm looking to add Python programming resources to my team ...". I do know some excellent Python programmers. Some are people that I've met over years of being in the business, but most are ....

584 - Loosing breath with Gerald
John walked in to the training course this morning and he was very much out of breath. "Usually it takes me 25 minutes to walk to work" he said "but this morning I walked down with Gerald - my goodness he walks quickly - I was here in 10". I offered a few words of sympathy and quietly wondered at ....

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