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Scripting Wife Signs Up for PowerShell Scripting Games

Summary: The Scripting Wife signs up for the Windows PowerShell 2011 Scripting Games. The weather in Charlotte, North Carolina has been rather erratic this week. It has been warm and sunny, cold and rainy, and everything in between. The one thing it has not done—in fact it rarely does—is snow. But that is OK, because although the ...

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Scripting Wife Uses PowerShell to Create Files Automatically

Summary: The Scripting Wife learns how to use Windows PowerShell to automatically create files with the date stored in them. The room seems quiet now. I take a deep breath, let it out slowly, and begin to relax. My name is Ed Wilson. I am the Microsoft Scripting Guy. I have just completed the second in a series of five Live Meetings during ...

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Learn How to Use Switch, Regex, and PowerShell to Parse Files

Summary: The Scripting Wife learns how to use the Windows PowerShell switch command and regular expressions to parse text files. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. The Script Week Live Meetings have been great fun, and the feedback has been incredible. The registration for the 2011 Scripting Games is going well, and it is hard to ...

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