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👋 @maleghast did you get it sorted out in the end?
Grib1BinaryDataSection(ucar.unidata.io.RandomAccessFile raf, int decimalscale, Grib1BitMapSection bms)
Small word of warning. We had a few issues with libs all using different versions of the underlying metrics lib. So you might need to use some exclusions sometimes.
any bright ideas on how we can snag ourselves some of that £2_100_000_000 that seems to be burning a hole in the chancellor's pocket ?
a web service that corners the market in EORI numbers after they've all been invalidated, perhaps?
You’ll not get funding for a web service, you’ll need a ✨✨ blockchain ✨✨ for that.
Seriously though @ben.hammond what's this about government money up for grabs and what's an EORI Number (yes I know I could Google it all, but I value the conversation)
er well according to the news, there a load of public money up for grabs
the more public money the government spend, the stronger the signal they send to Brussels about being serious
as public spirited citizens, is it surely our duty to assist the government in spending this money
and we should figure out ways to sell them things they can justifiably spend our money on
that not dull stuff like nurses and teachers and what-not
EORI number is required to export goods to the EU
all the ones issued by HMG will become invalid in the event of a no-deal brexit
and will need to be reissued
Hey @guy Yes, it's an int, but it's supposed to be the "exponent of the decimal scale" whatever that means... 😞
It may have something todo with something that I can find out from the file with another method / function / class - I am going to do some more investigating
@ben.hammond A blockchain startup that uses AI and cloud-scale deployments to cope with the organic and carbon-neutral farm-to-plate tracking to handle the upsurge for people not wanting chlorinated chickens?
ooh like it but it sounds like a feature @maleghast can bolt on to his existing platform
oops too much word association
If you want an amusing rant on functional programming, this is a chuckle: https://medium.com/better-programming/fp-toy-7f52ea0a947e
So-called “functional” programming has no proper mechanism of abstraction since it is based on mathematics (which obviously is inferior and has no applications in the real world apart from academia). Unlike OOP, functional programming makes no attempt to fulfill the numerous rigorous and complex requirements demanded by the enterprise.
heh. I had to wait 20 years for the FP I learned at university to appear in the Real World
(during that 20 years I'd assumed that it was mostly wasted effort)
Sounds like a familiar story @ben.hammond I did APL, Lisp, and a bunch of ML-family stuff at uni back in the early/mid 80's and thought FP was going to take the world by storm — and when Haskell was released, I was convinced that would become the One True Language(tm). So that was a big disappointment and I ended up learning C++ to stay employed 🙂