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3636 - Best tenner I ever spent?
I walked into the army surplus store that we had for a short time in Melksham, looking for a large pack in which I could take all my personal stuff, plus things I needed for a small onsite course. I was looking for robust rather than pretty, flexible rather than many-compartmented. "Sorry - don't ha ....

3635 - Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_STRING on brand new web site - why?
A brank new web site, written with standard commercial software, running on one of our dedicated servers which has dozens of other sites on it, with standard installs of Apache httpd, MySQL and other LAMP componets (Perl, PHP and Python) - and yet the following error: Parse error: parse error, unex ....

3634 - Defining database relations in your Django model
Each database table maps to a class in Django - and the beauty if that be the way you define the tables will work equally well with SQLite, MySQL, and other supported databases (you just have a database configuration block to set when you install your Django project). Here is my models.py file from ....

3633 - Nesting Templates in Django
Django's templates are HTML files into which your controller will fill web page content. This is done by means of an extra tagging language, which includes two groups of constructs: a) construct starting with {{ and ending with }}, which are filled in with the value held in a field in the Context ....

3632 - What is Make?
Make is a build tool. Let me give you some examples of where it might be used: • If you're making an executable program, there is often a quite complex series of instructions to follow to convert your source files into the final executable file (your ultimate target). • Similarly, if you'r ....

3631 - Getting around Dublin by public transport - some observations
Following on from my recent visit to Cambridge, I'm now in Dublin and making some transport notes. Arriving in Dublin ... via the "Jonathan Swift" - described as the 100 minute fast ferry, but currently taking 150 minutes because of some issues they've been having. It's mostly car passengers, with ....

3630 - Serialsing and unserialising data for storage and transfer in Perl
If you want to save a series of strings to a file, or pass them over a network connection, you'll need to delimit them - add in a special character so that the receiving / reading program will know where one piece of data ends and the next starts. The problem comes if the chosen special character m ....

3629 - Sharing lots of values in Tcl without having lots of global declarations
Q: How can I make a lot of values defined in my Tcl main program available in various procs, without having to pass them all down the chain or declare them as global all over the place? A question from today's Tcl course - to which my first reaction was "why do you want to do that?". However, havi ....

3628 - Historic Drawings from near Melksham
The railway line through Melksham was opened in 1848 ... after a period of construction. The other week, when Lisa, Phil and I visited the Wiltshire and Swindon Archive Centre (near Chippenham Station), we examined some of the original drawings done prior to this construction period. We could spen ....

3627 - Meeting Report - Tuesday 21st Feb - to Melksham Chamber of Commerce from Shadow Community Operations Board
Last Tuesday (21st), the Melksham Chamber of Commerce paid host to Roy While and Mark Stone, talking about the Melksham Campus at Melksham House. The meeting was well advertised and open to all, and gave Roy and Mark an early opportunity to inform, and listen to, interested businesses. (Roy While ....

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