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3811 - Associated Classes - using objects of one class within another
Wheh you're designing an object oriented class, you'll often use other objects within it. For example, you may design a Ferry object and within it use a Time object (for when it's scheduled to leave, perhaps):   Ferry *mersey = new Ferry(new Time(17,45),14); There's really no special sy ....

3810 - Reading files, and using factories to create vectors of objects from the data in C++
On our C++ courses, we concentrate on objects and object design. But we also take a wider look at topics such as references and templates that go to making the complete language, with sections covering changes to things like file handling from the underlying C language. I've just added a new examp ....

3809 - Dwarf Exception Unwind Info
I spent quite a while with one of the delegates on our C and C++ course yesterday looking for the cause of compile / load errors including the text:   Dwarf Exception Unwind Info The whole thing was very bizarre - from a perfect compile just a minute of two earlier, and with minimal sourc ....

3808 - Can you put names to faces?
I can recognise faces. But I'm not good at putting names to faces. Introduce me to someone - "this is Bill Brown" - and the name "Bill" will stick as I talk with him; I'll listen and learn about him, form an impression which I'll remember in summary. But, alas, I have trouble remembering that it' ....

3807 - Reading (and writing) files in C++
"But how do I read data from a file ....?". Question on a C++ course on which we had concentrates, thus far, on object orientation. In summary: 1. Include the fstream header file 2. Create an object of type ifstream using the constructor, and passing in the file name 3. Read lines from the ifstre ....

3806 - 2011 Census results - initial figures for Wiltshire.
The first results from the 2011 census have been released ... showing various population statistics over wide geographic areas. [download site]. The population of England rose from 49,138,831 in the 2010 census to 53,012,500 in 2011 - that's a rise of 7.9% (permanent residents of all ages). The po ....

3804 - Scenes from commuting by train
I was training near London Bridge at the end of the week just gone ... a commute home after the end of the course, via the Jubilee Line, the Bakerloo Line, First Great Western, and a pickup by car. As ever, only that last leg to Melksham was ill served by Public Transport, with the train arriving a ....

3803 - A Walk on the South Bank
A training course in London - near London Bridge, and I'm staying locally. A few pictures taken already this morning; this is a photogenic city, even though most of the commuters who work here rush by without taking a glance. ....

3802 - What a difference a year makes
A year ago, Lisa and I were cruising in the Mediterranean in early July - which I was reminded of yesterday when I spoke with our dedicated server hosting company concerning their service for the next twelve months. This year, I wasn't in Rome but in East Anglia on that date; by contrast, the se ....

3801 - A year ago today, a server upgrade and a new Perl example
"Weren't you on a boat somewhere last year when we spoke?" asked Atiqur when I called him yesterday to talk about our server upgrade / annual contract. Indeed I was, and I was impressed not only by his memory (he assures me it's not just his computer system of notes!) but by the speed of upgrade; ou ....

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