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3692 - Deeper than Art - An exhibition of the tattoo Canvas - Melksham
Next Monday afternoon at the King's Arms - "An Exhibition of the Tattoo Canvas". It's amongst other updates recently added to our Melksham Events Diary recently. See Melksham Independent News Ad for more details. Further link - South of Heaven - Melksham's tattoo body art centre. ....

3691 - Back in Cambridge to give a Lua course
Another wet Bank Holiday is over ... and at least I can be thankful that my drive up to Cambridge was quiet if somewhat wet - Tuesday morning start to a private Lua course. I'm back at the Hamilton Lodge - friendly faces of the staff as I've stayed here so many times before; it almost feels like m ....

3690 - Changes in Lua 5.2 - Garbage Collection
The garbage collection changes aren't coding changes - they will effect the internal efficiency and fix some issues there. Ephemeron tables are somewhat linked as they're providing a solution to a garbage collection issuse that required solution. There's a change to a generational collector at some ....

3689 - Can I cycle or ride my mobility scooter on the pavement?
Last week, I attended the meeting of Wiltshire Council's Area Board in Melksham - a meeting that was especially scheduled on an afternoon in the middle of the week so that those people over 55 who don't normally venture out after dark would be encouraged to come along. I was surprised how sparsely ....

3688 - Shopkeepers take an Easter break too
I took a stroll through Melksham's town centre this morning - a buzz of Saturday morning activities, with the regular Christian Healing group at the Market Square bus stop, and people popping in and out of shops. And I was delighted to have to keep leading Billy and Gypsy on rather than us being ab ....

3687 - Binary / bitwise operations in Lua with the standard bit32 library
If you want to do bit manipulation in Lua, you can use the bit32 library (which is loaded as a table) from Lua 5.2, and it's backported to newer Lua 5.1 versions as well. Bit manipulation is particularly useful in applications where data is packed into a series of bytes - in effect an array of bool ....

3686 - The goto statement in Lua
In the past there was considerable debate in academia and industry on the merits of the use of goto statements, and indeed Lua didn't have them until release 5.2. Well used in Lua, they can provide an escape from inner loops, jumping to a label using a ::label:: format. For example:    ....

3685 - Programming Standards in Lua
I like my freedom to do as I please. But my freedom, thoughtlessly used, can make a lot of work for others, and indeed can restrict their freedom. We need some groundrules - in a programming sense, some coding standards Why have standards? 1. So your colleagues can follow your code 2. So that yo ....

3684 - Once upon a Maundy Thursday
Maundy Thursday - and I may have been expecting a quiet day in the run up to the Bank Holiday ... which I didn't get. In fact here I am now, late afternoon, sitting down to write a piece about coding standards with a bias towards Lua; it's a task I had hoped to get onto at first light. Do you ever ....

3683 - Weak references in Lua - what are they, and why use them?
In programming languages where memory is allocated dynamically (that applies to most of the languages we teach), there has to be a mechanism to gather up memory that is no longer used as the program is running so that it can be re-allocated later within the same program, and that mechanism is usuall ....

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