PSMDTAG:FAQ: Why do I sometimes get different types or different behaviors? PSMDTAG:FAQ: When I pipe a heterogenous set of objects to an cmdlet that expects a homogenous stream – what happens and why? In our newgroup ( Microsoft.public.Windows.PowerShell ), Alex A asked these questions with the following example:
People have been asking about creating arbitrary delegates out of scriptblocks. As Jeffrey has mentioned, this isn’t directly supported in V1.0 of PowerShell. It is, however, possible to do it using dynamic methods and the CreateDelegate call. Here’s a script (also attached) that will do it.
Arild asked the following in http://arildf.spaces.msn.com/blog/cns!E99F8B43533149B0!140.entry?_c%3dBlogPart : PSMDTAG:FAQ: Delegates – how to cast a scriptblock to an arbitrary delegate signature? ANSWER – You can’t in V1.0. In version 1.0 Windows PowerShell only supports casting scriptblocks to delegates with the signature: void Method(Object Sender, object e) For instance,
REI recently posted some comments/requests about Windows PowerShell syntax at: http://blogs.msdn.com/powershell/archive/2006/04/25/583273.aspx#675133 Let’s go through a few of the points.
…the syntax was just way too cryptic and unintuitive. Often it’s even dangerous. Like this: #PowerShell’s syntax causes dangerous problems generating incorrect results and no error for seemingly innocent expressions: function Pow($var,
Now you can meet the superstars (Vivek Sharma and Mihai Jalobeanu) behind the Exchange Management Shell in a video interview at: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/07/20/428366.aspx You can also get a demo of the Exchange Management Shell (which is Windows PowerShell with Exchange snap-ins) at: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/07/21/428388.aspx Great friends are not the people that tell you the things you want to hear,
PSMDTAG:FAQ: How do I set the title of my console window? ANSWER: $Host.UI.RawUI.WindowTitle = “PowerShell ROCKS” Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]Windows PowerShell/Aspen ArchitectVisit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShellVisit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter at: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx
Here is a pointer to an Introduction To the Exchange Management Shell: http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/d/4/6d4b5c51-dd72-41d3-b5b1-9dc22b1d35f1/IntroExchangeMgmtShell.pdf This is a nice glossy view of the important aspects of both Windows PowerShell and Exchange’s use of it. PSMDTAG:FAQ: How does the Exchange Management Shell relate to WIndows PowerShell?
In my blog entry regarding Cascading Type Casts ( http://blogs.msdn.com/powershell/archive/2006/07/15/Cascading_Type_Casts.aspx ) there was an example: PS> [string][char][int][char]”PowerShell” P o w e r S h e l l And in a comment was a question asking why there were spaces between the letters.
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