Improving the output of Update-Help

December 20, 2012

Source: PowerShellMagazine.com   If you’ve updated PowerShell to version 3.0 you probably noticed that help is no longer shipped in the box. PowerShell 3.0 includes a new feature, the Updatable Help system, which allows you to ensure that help on the local computer stays up to date. PowerShell is now a part of the operating system and operating systems gets to be updated only during service packs or specific patches. The Updatable Help system and its cmdlets (*-Help) make it easy to download and install help files, or updating exiting help files, as soon as newer...

Skipping empty CSV objects

December 4, 2012

Hi, it’s been a while since my last post, I’ve been busy mostly at work and also by investing most of my time running the PowerShell Magazine website together with my friends. I hope to post more in the future. For the time being, here’s my latest post, cross-posted on the PowerShell Magazine. Working with CSV files in PowerShell is a common practice. You import the file, loop on its records and you’re good to go. Sometimes however you may find yourself in a situation where you get a file that has blank lines in it, and those...
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