Regular Expressions (REGEX): Grouping & [RegEx]

Welcome back to the RegEx crash course. Last time we talked about the basic symbols we plan to use as our foundation. This week, we will be learning a new way to leverage our patterns for data extraction and how to rip our extracted data into pieces we care about. [RegEx] The [Regex] data type has…

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Regular Expressions (REGEX): Basic symbols

Welcome back to the RegEx guide. Last post we talked a little bit about the basics of RegEx and its uses. I mentioned the most important thing is to understand the symbols. Today we’ll ease in with some of the basics to get us going, but later we will expand on these and see some…

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PowerShell PowerTip: What you should know about streams

PowerShell has a concept called Streams, which are the different places data can go (output, error, verbose, etc). You usually don’t have to worry too much about these streams if you’re just writing simple scripts, but it helps a ton to know: All streams are separate even if they all appear to be coming to…

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PowerShell PowerTip: Grabbing the location your script lives in

One super common thing in PowerShell is to design a script to consume particular files for data. Often times you are building the script right in the folder for your files. However, it can be annoying to give long, literal file paths to a file. Also, if you give that script to someone else, they…

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