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3542 - What order are operations performed in, in a Perl expression?
Mathemetical operators in Perl aren't simply performed left to right - very early on your Learning to Program in Perl course you'll learn that multiplications and divisions happen before additions and subtractions, and you'll learn that brackets (also know as terms or lists) happen even earlier. Co ....

3541 - I loves Melksham
Hi, I'm Billy and I moved to Melksham to be with my new Mum and Dad 10 days ago. And I loves it here in Melksham. There are beautiful sunrises over the field - I'm told this is Woolmore Farm and that the lights you can see in the distance are the new Melksham Oak School. I'm living ....

3540 - Easy session example in PHP - keeping each customers data apart
When you go to a shop, you're not kept waiting outside until the previous customer leaves. The shop will have multiple shopping baskets / trollies, or muliple assistants. And that's the way you want it when you visit a web site too. This means that the web site programmer has to be very careful t ....

3539 - Separating program and artwork in PHP - easier maintainance, and better for the user
I can code reasonably well. But my graphic design sucks. And both skills are needed for even a simple web data entry form, or a small application. Using the PHP "bull at a gate" approach, both business logic (the code) and look and feel (the graphic art stuff) can be written into a single file, b ....

3538 - Santa Train - another successful trip - 4th December 2011
Today was the "Santa Special" outing from Melksham ... some 140 people gather at Melksham Station ... The train was especially extended for us ... up to three carrages. And thank godness - for we would have been tightly squeezed with less. Santa had gifts for all the children - and of course the ....

3537 - Letting the foster parents know ... too little or too much?
I can't believe that it's only a week since we fostered Billy (Greyhound, with a dash of summat else fast as well). Like Gypsy, his background and breeding is uncertain, but it's certainly known that he was starving, manky with all sorts of skin problems - but never the less loving dog - when he ar ....

3536 - UK Mapping Data - and more to come - under government Open Data measures
Data that's been paid for by the taxpayer should be available to the taxpayer / public. Seems obvious, but it hasn't actually been the case in many instances. But in the last few months, the Government's Open Data measures have been moving us along towards more public availability of data th ....

3535 - Melksham, Luxury Hotel Rooms, Christmas.
Are your family coming to visit you in Melksham over the Christmas period? Do you have room for them to stay wtih you at home? If you're going to be a bit cramped, why not have them stay with us at Well House Manor? We're a quiet business hotel just a few hundred yards from the Market Square, and ....

3534 - Learning to program in PHP - Regular Expression and Associative Array examples
There's a lot to learn on a week-long PHP course - especially if you're new to programming. And delegates need practice during and after the course with some relatively straightforward (but rewarding) real applications. One of the things that we do ourselves is to analyse server log files - allowi ....

3533 - No message - just doggy pictures of the new doggy
Billy is finding his feet - loves to run in the field (and, yes, comes back to us easily). ....

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