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UWA week 22 - 1st semester, week 12

photo Assign 2, Q3 - Rottnest Express Timetable (both)
Wed 27th May 2020, 9:25am, David T.
Hi Chris, Upon arrival into Fremantle Station, should we advise on the next ferry service? The B-shed terminal timetable from the Rottnest Express website shows: Mon-Thu: 7:30, 10:15, 15:30 Fri: 7:30, 10:15, 11:45, 15:30, 17:30 Sat-Sun: 7:30, 10:15, 11:45,...

UWA week 21 - 1st semester, week 11

photo Assign 2, Q3 - haversine.awk implementations (all 3)
Mon 18th May 2020, 3:46pm, David T.
Hi Chris, I'm having trouble implementing 'haversine.awk' in bash. From the forums I've read, this syntax should work? echo | awk -v lat1=$1 -v lon1=$2 -v lat2=-31.97156055555560 -v lon2=115.902151666667 -f haversine.awk Where am I going wrong? Thanks, David...

UWA week 20 - 1st semester, week 10

photo Re: iTerm2 - Auto Coloring (all 5)
Mon 11th May 2020, 4:04pm, David T.  O.P.
Hi Chris, This may sound silly, but I managed to randomly hit the right combination of keys within 'vi' to turn off the colouring. I've tried redoing the installation steps below. No Luck =( What did I do? and how can I get the colouring back? Any help...
photo Project 2 - Q1, Makefile execution on OSX (both)
Mon 11th May 2020, 12:15pm, David T.
Hi Chris, I'm having issues running the 'Makefile' script on OSX. I'm getting all sorts of errors (see attached screenshot) Please advise. Regards, David

UWA week 19 - 1st semester, week 9

photo Re: iTerm2 - Auto Coloring (all 5)
Sat 9th May 2020, 2:24pm, David T.  O.P.
Thanks Chris. That works a treat! Much appreciated, David
photo iTerm2 - Auto Coloring (all 5)
Wed 6th May 2020, 2:32pm, David T.
Hi Chris, In the 23/4/2020 lecture recording, I noticed that you were using iTerm2 on MacOSX and managed to get it to recognise and automatically colour variables, commands, strings etc for easy readability by either: 1. adding this shebang to the header:...
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