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4653 - Coats of arms - towns and authorities in Wiltshire
Wiltshire has a rich history, illustrated and celebrated in the coats of arms of the various towns and authorities in the area. These coats of arms shown in this post are (I consider) to be in the public domain. However, they remain the property of the body to whom they were granted, and their rep ....

4652 - Testing new algorithms in PHP
During algorithm development, code testing, experiments and spike solutions often account for far more code than the final working code - a classic example of that today where I was writing / testing a loop for Lisa. Scenario - our booking database holds flags for each of our five hotel bedrooms fo ....

4651 - Pressure selling in the fire safety business
Written earlier this month / posted 19th February The gentleman from Xxxxxx Fire (UK) Ltd visited us for an annual check on our extignuishers on Wednesday. He told us we needed 4 new exinguishers (out 5) at what we felt was an excessive price for supply and installation. When challenged on the pri ....

4650 - Why populate object with values as you construct them?
Objects are a great way to bundle up a whole lot of values (also known as properties or attributes) into a single container / collection, allowing the the programmer who makes use of the objects to be able to set them up just once and delegate the management of the values to the class / object code. ....

4649 - Object and Static methods - what is the difference; example in Python 3
There are two types of methods (named pieces of code) that you can use in a class. Object methds - occasionally called dynamic methods - operate on an object within a class ("one particular thing of a type") and will always have some way of referencing the elements (variables) within an object of ....

4648 - Why is bus funding a much hotter topic than a new set of traffic lights?
When you look at an annual spend of 5 million pounds spread over a population of 483,000 in Wilsthire, you're looking at 20p per person per week, 14p of which comes from council tax and 6p from central governmnent funding. Problem is that (in the case of being a bus subsidy) it's a revenue cost that ....

4647 - On the problems of a printed train timetable
My mailbox brings me notifications that someone got on the 20:00 from Paddington on Saturday night last heading for Chippenham, according to our printed timetable ... only to discover too late that the 20:00 was actually a Penzance train last Saturday, and the Chippenham service had left at 19:57 .. ....

4646 - Sometimes you wonder about people. And perhaps you should not.
I remember Paul and Laura. They met online / via a newsgroup and became a couple. Scatty youngsters at the time - he British, she American and the whole immigration shenanigans got in their way. Don't think families were very supporting and I remember having them round to my place in Swindon and ge ....

4645 - What are callbacks? Why use them? An example in Python
A callback is a function that's called from within another, having initially been "registered" for use at an outer level earlier on. Yeah, right - what does that mean or do? An example ... if I'm setting up a GUI (Graphic User Interface), as I define my various sliders and buttons, I want to say ....

4644 - In your room at Well House Manor, Melksham, Wiltshire
Hotel pictures usually show the rooms and settimg. Today I'm going to show you some of the things we have in the rooms at Well House Manor.       ....

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