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.
Extracting data from backups to restore selected rows from MySQL tablesCrossing between continentsPictures from around RekjavikHome in Melksham to Gatwick Airport - easy by public transportYesterday - off on leg one of our holidayUpcoming election - Chippenham Constituency - the major candidates comparedNew car park at Melksham Station - ideal for commuters from Seend, Hilperton, Yarnbrook and HoltEffect on external factors on traffic to our web sites - an updateFishguard to Melksham - third part of Dublin journeyRosslare to Fishguard - foot passenger on the ferryLeopardstown to Rosslare by trainTesting in Python 3 - unittest, doctest and __name__ == __main__ too.Sorting in Python 3 - and how it differs from Python 2 sortingFour in a Bed - most popular answersNeighbourhood Plan - travel and transport thoughtsMoving from C to C++ - Structured to Object Oriented - a lesson for engineersSockets, time handling and keyboard interrupt handling in CCatching up on a week all in a single post (?)Rail Conference, NottinghamServer program written in Tcl using socketsReading from a URL, and reading Json, from your Tcl scriptUsing Object Oriented Tcl and the Tk toolkit together - real life exampleManaging the window size (and layout) in Tcl/TkA new Tcl/tk example - a window to show system statusTest framework for TCL - Tcltest - some examplesObjects in Tcl - iTcl - updated first steps exampleWorking out distance between places, using OS grid references and a program in TclEverything is a string - even a listTcl variable names - no real limits!Binary data handling - Python and PerlRunning an operating system command from your Python program - the new way with the subprocess moduleDeciding whether to use parameters, conditional statements or subclassesSpike solution, refactoring into encapsulated object methods - good design practiseWhat is the difference between a function and a method?Overnight accommodation in Melksham - if Well House Manor is full!Combining tests into suites, and suites into bigger suites - Python and unittestGraphing presentations in Python - huge data, numpy and matplotlibElements of an exception in Python - try, except, else, finallySeventh stay away this year - and it's still only February!Mutable v Immuatble objects in Python, and the implication
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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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