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4661 - Unique word locator - Python dict example
If a word occurs only once in my blog - all 4661 entries so far - chances are that it's a mis-spelling. And using a dict in Python, I can quickly parse a data stream with lots of text in it, isolate individual words, and see how many times each occurs. Dictionaries are a very quick and easy way of ....

4660 - What is happening on the 231 bus? What are you going to do about it?
Question from my inbox: "What is happening on the 231 bus? What are you going to do about it?" Answer: At present, First (West of England) run a bus service - the 231 - from Chippenham to Bath, via Corsham and Box. Apart from the final two journeys from Chippenham to Bath on Monday to Saturday (at ....

4659 - Prining a pound sign from Python AND running from the command line at the same time
In order to make a python program executable on a Linix or Unix (e.g. OSX) system, you should:   a) change the file permissions using chmod (e.g. chmod +x poundland )   b) Add as the very first line of the file #!/usr/bin/env python so the operating system knows it's a python pro ....

4658 - The end of competition on a bus route - the effects from then end of the 234
When a commercial bus operator decides to drastically change or cease operating a route, they do so based on the business case for their shareholders, rather than out of consideration for existing regular passengers or the effect on the area served or other operators. They just need to give legal no ....

4657 - Rumours of bus changes by First in Wiltshire - what we know and suspect
There are rumours flying around concerning the future of First Bus routes to the east and south of Bath, into Wiltshire and Somerset. Some of these rumours conflict; I'm posting here what I believe to be the situation. 25 hours later (late 2nd March) - I'm updating this article with information re ....

4656 - Identifying the first and last records in a sequence
When programming to analyse event or log files, you'll often find it fairly easy to identify the initial or opening record of a linked series, but harder to spot the closing one until your program has gone well past it. Take this data, for example:   16:15:47 +00 INF: ================== ....

4655 - Image indexer / thumbnail display scripts in PHP
I often say that example programs provided to show "how to" become too complex too quickly - going straight from the simplest of programs (a.k.a. a "hello world") though to something much more complex in a single leap. I take multiple steps as I proceed on our courses, and I try to make sure that I ....

4654 - Getting to the Royal United Hospital - the Hopper and the alternatives
Written 23rd February 2016 / completed and posted 24th I had an outpatient appointment at the Royal United Hospital in Bath's western suburbs this morning; left home at 06:50 and caught the bus (272) a couple of minutes before 7 at Mallory Place ... into Bath at 07:58, half an hour there for a quic ....

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 ....

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