on 5/14/2015 5:00 PM
Working on the command line with Powershell, much of the time I have the luxury of dealing directly with rich .NET objects.  If I need to sort, filter, or otherwise process cmdlet output, I have easy access to typed properties and methods right at the prompt. Often, though, I’ll need to wrangle plain text, perhaps from a log file or the output of an executable.  In these cases an intermediate step is required in order to extract the typed information (timestamps, substrings, numerical fields, etc) from th[...]
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