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4570 - A warm welcome awaits you at Well House Manor, Melksham
We've a number of events happening at Well House Manor this week - an external training course run for a local company in one room, a course of our own in a second room, a social / informal company meeting for another organsation in a third room ... and guest coming to stay overnight with us, to rea ....

4569 - Lua - changes to how integers and floats are handled - 5.2 to 5.3
Lua has historically worked internally with floats (actually doubles) even when given whole numbers. The logic was a good one - to keep the language small with a limited number of data types, and for the latest generation of hardware the speed of operations on floating points and doubles really wasn ....

4568 - Moderation - and the tendency to over-moderate
I find myself out of step with the administrators and moderators of many of the facebook groups and forums that I'm a member of. Whilst there is a need to provide some sort of framework on the activity and direction of the board, I can't help feeling that many board's teams are far too controllingl ....

4567 - Japanese and Malaysian food in Melksham
I'm delighted that "The Unicorn" in Melksham has re-opened as a Japanese and Malaysian restaurant and Takeaway, lunchtime and evenings, 7 days a week. Lisa and I tried a Malaysian takeaway last week, and we ate in for lunch yesterday with Dad - Japanese starter illustrated. Very tasty - we'll ....

4566 - C - why is slow to write and debug) but fast to run?
I often say on my courses that you can write code in a morning in Perl, Python or Ruby that would tae a week in C. How come, and why would anyone use C these days? Firstly, C is the underlying language on which others are built. We need it there in the background, even if we don't (ourselves) code ....

4565 - Allocation of memory for objects in C++ - Stack v Heap
In C++, memory is allocated to variables on a stack or on a heap. Allocated on the stack, the variable persists until the end of the block in which it's defined. Allocated on the heap, the memory containing the object persists until the end of your program, or until you delete the object. Stack m ....

4564 - Perl, PHP, Python, Lua, Tcl, C++, Ruby - final public courses for 2015
We're not quite at the end of October (2015 if you're reading this in the archive) but already we're taking bookings for 2016, as well as filling in some diary dates for the last 2 months of 2015. We have public Lua, Perl, PHP and C++ courses with November start dates, and Python and Tcl with Decem ....

4563 - Formatting and outputting your own classes in C++
When you output an object in C++, you pass it to an output stream such as std::cout or cout. If the thing you're outputting is a string, or an integer, float, some other primitive or a standard system object, that's all you need to do and the formatting is taken care of for you. But what if you're ....

4562 - Left shift operator on an output stream object - C++
When explaining "Hello World" in C++ (see here), delegates who are already familiar with programming in other languages pick up on the line   cout << "Welcome - and enjoy your C++ course" << endl; and ask for an explanation. Yes - it is a bit different, isn't it? The explanat ....

4561 - Hello World in C++ - a first program, with the process explained
"Hello World" programs - traditionally (a good tradition) te first example on a proogramming course in any language - just output the words "Hello World" or similar text and do little else. They show learners / students / delegates the mechanism of working with a language in te simplest possible ex ....

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