Re: My son wants me to teach him Python
On Sun, Jun 16, 2013 at 3:55 AM, Cameron Simpson <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 14Jun2013 20:12, Dennis Lee Bieber <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> | [...] PowerShell has been
> | available as a download on WinXP and standard on Win7 [PS 3 is a
> | download for Win7, stock on real Win8].
> | While I'm not fluent in it, there are some commands I've gotten
> | rather engrained...
> | get-childitem -recurse -filter "*.ad*" | select-string -pattern "with"
> | finds all the Ada (GNAT convention .ads/.adb) files containing "with"
> | statements. And pattern probably is a regex so I could fine tune it to
> | just the package withs by using a start of line marker...
> find . -name '*.ad*' | xargs grep with
> on almost any UNIX system. There's any number of variations on that
> depending on exactly what you want. I'm not going to get sucked
> into a UNIX/Windows bickerfest here, but your PowerShell example
> isn't winning me over. Sound like they reinvented the wheel. Again,
> years later:-(
As I understand it, PowerShell is intended primarily for automation
and scripting, not for interactive console use.
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