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3570 - Trapping errors in Tcl - the safety net that catch provides
What could possibly go wrong when you open a file in a program? Lots of things, actually. * You could try to open a file in directory you cannot access * You could try to read from a file that does not exist * You could try to read from something that's not a plain file - e.g. a directory * You c ....

3569 - Images of the new year in Melksham
2012 has started with a lot of different weather - or perhaps every year does, but we've been out and about much more with two dogs rather than one, and with a Learning to Program in Tcl course running for delegates who are new to the UK, and wanted to look around (and I'm happy to show them!) at lu ....

3568 - Telling which ServerAlias your visitor used - useful during merging domains
Someone tells you a website to visit - "go to wellhousemanor.co.uk" they say. And you'll naturally add "www." in front of it, calling up www.wellhousemanor.co.uk rather than wellhousemanor.co.uk ... or perhaps you won't. Web servers are normally set up by default to respond to a single specific ho ....

3567 - First of the year
First outing of the year: 01:30 on 1st January, to let hotel guests back into their room. They're embarrassed about calling me out as ever. "If I wasn't happy being on call, I wouldn't do the job" says I. First program of the year: perl -n -a -e '$ss+=$F[1];END{print "$ss\n"}' mh Summing the n ....

3566 - Initial thoughts - response to GW Rail Franchise Consultation for Wiltshire
These are my own thoughts on an appropriate response to the Greater Western Franchise Consultation from the Department for Transport, as it should relate to services running across Wiltshire on the TransWilts line, and the consequences thereof. I have already posted a short analysis of what the pro ....

3565 - What would an appropriate train service on the TransWilts line mean
The Department for Transport is currently consulting on the shape of rail services in the South West of England for the next 15 years (2013 to 2028). There is a very strong case for them to add to the current services of the TransWilts line (see map), which are infrequent and ill-timed for most pot ....

3564 - I wish I was not a special case
On 18th January, I'm going to an evening meeting about rail services in the old West Wilts area - the towns of Trowbridge, Bradford-on-Avon, Melksham, Warminster and Westbury, And being a meeting about railways, it's located convenient to one of the stations - Warminster - and the invite includes ....

3563 - How big is a web page these days? Does the size of your pages matter?
According to the BBC, the average web page is up in size from 726 kBytes to 965 kBytes in the last year. See [here]. Does this matter? I first browsed the web with a modem - I remember stepping through modem generations at 9.6k, 19.2k, 28k, 33k and 56k bits / second. The slower speeds were used ....

3562 - Christmas Day - for unique pictures
Christmas Day is ... an opportunity to take some pictures that would be impossible for the rest of the year. Early in the morning, and in the evening, streets are uniquely empty. I drove up to Devizes to pick up Dad during the morning, took him back up there in the evening, and took the opportuni ....

3561 - Happy Christmas ... a Christmas morning walk in Melksham
A Happy Christmas, everyone. Now that we've moved on from the "Children" to the "Grand Children" phase of life, Christmas has moved on too. Our own kids are playing hopscotch from one set of Grand-s and in-Laws to the next and juggling with the political decisions of who to join for Christmas lunc ....

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