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The Horse's Mouth - Ezine reader's index
"The Horse's Mouth" is an online magazine - the ramblings of Graham Ellis.
I'm very fortunate to come across a lot of interesting people in my work,
and they inspire me to think and to write. You'll find a mixture of
technical tips on the subjects we teach, things we have learnt from our
own website and wider, and pictures, thoughts and wider comment.
The beauty of the net is that you can search and read as much - or as
little - as you like.
You can even add your comments
if you wish; although we can't offer you the
same anonimity nor a "freedom of speech", I'm going to encourage you
to post of views that don't agree with mine and
only in what I consider to be exceptional circumstances will I remove
or modify your material.
Apache Internal Dummy Connection - what is it and what should I do with it?Checking all the systems on a subnet, using Expect and TkNeedle in a haystack - finding the web server overloadAwk v PerlPerl and CGI - simple form, and monitoring script.Take the dog on a lead - do not carry her. Perl references.Getting more log information from the Apache http web serverA demonstration of how many Python facilities work togetherPressing ^C in a Python program. Also Progress Bar.Research is exciting. But should routine be automated?Python for loops - applying a temporary second name to the same objectMelksham to become a part of Trowbridge?Light bulbsMoving from scripting to Object Orientation in PythonSorta sorting a hash, and what if an exception is NOT thrown - RubySundays - and over eatingExceptions - a fail-safe way of trapping things that may go wrong3 digit HTTP status codes - what are they, which are most common, which should be a concern?Ruby at both extremes of your websiteSigils - the characters on the start of variable names in Perl, Ruby and FortranSearching through all the files in or below a directory - Ruby, Tcl, PerlHow many days to Christmas?What is on the Melksham Agenda?Automed web site testing scripted in Ruby using watir-webdriverOur National Autograss Champion, from MelkshamDivide 10000 by 17. Do you get 588.235294117647, 588.24 or 588? - Ruby and PHP1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 12?Assigning values to variables within other statements - RubyRuby off the Rails?Making best use of the new enthusiasm for MelkshamData that we use during our training courses, and other training resourcesTcl packages, pkg_mkIndex, pkgIndex.tcl -what are they and why use them.What is a namespace and why do we need them?Storing Tcl source code encoded, and running via your own C programUser defined sorting and other uses of callbacks in Tcl and TkPassing back multiple results in Tcl - upvar and uplevelIf its Sunday, must it be Weymouth?Handling binary data in Perl is easy!Single and double quotes strings in Perl - what is the difference?A review of the Summer Sunday extra trains on the TransWilts line
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the diary and writings of Graham Ellis.
Every attempt was made to provide current information at the time the
page was written, but things do move forward in our business - new software
releases, price changes, new techniques. Please check back via
our main site for current courses,
prices, versions, etc - any mention of a price in "The Horse's Mouth"
cannot be taken as an offer to supply at that price.
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