PowerShell Identity Function (revisted)

One of my earliest (posts was about implementing an “identity function” in PowerShell to assist in typing lists of strings without bothering with commas. The function I presented was this: I recently saw (in a Scripting Games entry) that you don’t need to define your own function for this. write-output works just fine. For example: …

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PowerShellStation.com update

I just changed the syntax highlighting used by the site (to SyntaxHighlighter Evolved). One reason is that it’s much easier to use.

I have tried to go through the older posts and update the markup to include the proper codes to highlight using the new plugin. If you notice one that doesn’t look quite right, let me know.


Best Practices Update and some Scripting Games thoughts

Just a quick note to let you know that I haven’t given up on writing about PowerShell best practices. A few things which have derailed my thinking. My first “best practice” I thought was a no-brainer. After I wrote it I got thinking about what actual benefit there was to sticking to single-quotes rather than …

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