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3840 - Autoload in PHP
You can load one file of source from within another in PHP using require or include ... and if you do so directly, you need to manage your calls to them, as if you load a class or function twice, PHP will object. The alternatives require_once and inlcude_once are good, but if you keep calling them ....

3839 - Spraying data from one incoming to series of outgoing files in Perl
Scenario. I have a lot of data that contains large numbers of records which I want to separate into groups. For example, an incomeing web server log file which I want to split out and process visitor by visitor. Using Perl, I can loop through my data line by line and store it into a hash - for ex ....

3838 - Guest review - Well House Manor, Melksham
Well House Manor has been open for six years. And it's good to see our hotel continuing to get good reviews and feedback. Our Sunday morning checkout / receptionist feed back: "All the guests said they had a very pleasant and comfortable stay and [xxx] commented that they travel a lot and enjoye ....

3837 - Evening behind Melksham Spa
The evenings are starting to draw in, and in the cool at the end of the day it's lovely to walk in the fields behind The Spa. Spectacular skies and open speces. ....

3836 - In the garden at Well House Manor
Well House Manor is set in 3/4 acre of gardens - pictured here on Friday, early in the day as we set up for a garden party at lunchtime. There are some lovely flowers and grasses to see at the moment - I couldn't resist this picture of grasses in the light and a shadowed backdrop ....

3835 - The Information age - not yet truly with us?
We're told that we're living in the information age - where anything you need to know is available at the click of a button, and where data is King. I'm not so sure that I agree - I think we're still coming into the information age. Much of the information we need is out there, but - in spite of ....

3834 - Geekmas 2012 - celebrating open source languages such as Perl, PHP and Python
STOP PRESS / 29th October Sadly, this weekend has turned out to have been a poor choice for many of our friends, and we've decided not to have a specific Geekmas weekend this year. Past delegates are always welcome - VERY welcome to come and stay with us at Well House Manor - any weekend (but do ch ....

3833 - Learning to use existing classes in Perl
If you've got a whole lot of logic that you want to be able to run on data of a certain type, you'll typically put all of that logic into a grouping of its own - typically known as a package or a class, and you'll then call that logic at a high level from outside the package or class. This is a gr ....

3832 - A busy day at Well House Manor - so come in and make it even busier!
By 8 O'Clock in the morning, it sometimes feels that the day is half done. That's certainly the case at Well House Manor on the "early shift", where the two hours from opening shortly after 6 a.m. through breakfast from 7 a.m. to early departures at 8 a.m. mean that whoever's on duty nee ....

3831 - Our Melksham Hotel is not quiet - but we are waiting to give you a quiet welcome. Big difference!
"Are you quiet at the moment?" asked a couple who were staying with us as they ate their breakfast yesterday morning. A sort of concerned way to say "How's business in the recession". The gentleman commented that their car was the only one in our car park ... and he was staggered to learn that we w ....

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