Summary: Microsoft PFE, Wei Hao Lim, presents a script that creates ASCII bar charts. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have a new guest blogger. Please welcome Wei Hao Lim. Wei is a Microsoft PFE from Australia who works primarily with enterprise customers helping to configure, deploy, maintain, and customize System Center
Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to display the numeric ASCII value of a letter. How can I use Windows PowerShell to find the numeric ASCII value associated with a letter? Use [byte] and [char] together. The following example will display the numeric ASCII value of the capital letter A:[byte][char]'A'
Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to display ASCII characters. How can I use Windows PowerShell to quickly display printable ASCII characters when I am not connected to the Internet? Use the range operator to create a range of numbers 1 through 128, pipe it to Foreach-Object (%
Summary: Ed Wilson, Microsoft Scripting Guy, talks about generating random letters with Windows PowerShell. Hey, Scripting Guy! I need to generate a string of random letters. These letters need to be five characters long, and they should be either upper case or lower case. I do not need any numbers or special characters. In fact, my stri