Category Archives for "Programming"

Jul 22

AS400 SEU: Stoneage Entry Utility

IBM i , Life , Programming

IBM Code Editor – S.E.U. (or Stoneage Entry Utility) As I drag myself, kicking and screaming, out of the green-on-black stone ages and into the sunny clear skies of 21st century web enabled coding, I find myself seriously confused about what tools I should use to write this new fangled code. Leaving the world of […]

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May 26

Single Page Subfiles

IBM i , Programming , RPG

What are single page subfiles? A single page subfile is a SCREEN OF DISPLAYED DATA loaded at a one time in one go. The displayed data is equal to the maximum number of records which can be displayed at a time. In other words in a single page subfile all loaded records are displayed at […]

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Mar 09

I remember the IBM AS/400

AS400 , IBM i , iSeries , Programming

Old Wrinkled Programmer remembers those giant creamy computers My earliest exposure to BIG COMPUTING was back in the late 1980’s. Computers were a new thing to the world, business were running on mainframes or a new range of mini-computers. The personal computer was just evolving and the brand of “mini-computers” was about to be renamed […]

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Oct 24

The great Viagra, Cialis, Acomplia swindle

Drupal , Life , Programming , Website

So, It’s thursday lunchtime and I’ve just wasted an hour of my life sifting through the thousands of website comments and deleting the spam. 99.9% of it was adverts for (yes, you’ve guessed it) various small blue pills and lotions promising monstrous erections and the ability to proudly say “Hung like BULL

What is it with these horrid companies generating internet spam and splashing it around the website?    Ooooh… it gets my blood pressure raising – AND I DIDNT EVEN NEED A PILL TO DO IT!!!

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Jul 10

Mapping visitors to the website

Programming , Website

Just for the geeky / nerdy / techie / cone heads among us some wonderful websites allow a simple installation of free website maps. This little bits of fluff show the location of visitors to the website from all over the globe. It’s one of those self gratifying things that makes you think "oooh, someone from the Antarctic has just read my blog"

I’ve narrowed it down to 2 favourites and will be running one or the other over the next few weeks until I decide which one I like the best.

The first is:

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