In case you couldn't already tell, I rather like playing around with regex in PowerShell. There's something very enjoyable about poking it in just the right way to get it to do exactly what you want. I've already talked a bit about how we can use it to create PSCustomObjects.
A simple yet extremely thorough introduction to PowerShell, built using Pester's testing syntax. Enjoy a guided and helpful foray into the strange little quirks and helpful features of PowerShell!
- PowerShell's Tokenizer
Shane and I take a dive through the underbelly of PowerShell Core, examining the language tokenizer and what makes it tick. Join us as we get hopelessly lost and confused, and I show you how to add complex number parsing to PowerShell Core, because why not?
Create masterful works of art from vast swathes of text. Use it for your scripts, your books, your essays, that random text file you downloaded from god only knows where last week!
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