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Monday, December 04, 2006

 


Windows PowerShell Scripting Sweepstakes!



as you can read here PowerShell Scripting Contest - 2 weeks left, here Don't miss the Microsoft PowerShell Contest, here PowerShell Scripting Contest, herePowerShell Scripting Contest and here PowerShell Scripting Contest - 2 weeks left , there is still some time left  te enter in the

 Windows PowerShell Scripting Sweepstakes!

November 1 – December 15, 2006

What also can help is  the excelent:

VbScript to Windows PowerShell translation guide

for looking up VbScript commands, or inspiration, for example yo could write a function to do a quick lookup in it

for example you can write a function to do that from the PowerShell console so yo cando :

 

PoSH>convert-VbScript
PoSH>convert-VbScript inputbox
PoSH>convert-VbScript getObject

 

to start internet explorer to do a quick lookup in that guide to get help on how to translate the VbScript command you remember to PowerShell, that could be as simple as this :

 

 

# Use the Scripting Guy's VbScript to Windows PowerShell translation guide
# for help to convert vbScript commands

Function convert-VbScript ($Command = "default") { 
  (new-object -com shell.application).Open("http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/topics/winpsh/convert/$command.mspx"
}

 

Started without the commandname it starts the index otherwise it will bring you directly to the page about the command given

or one to remind how much time long you still have

PoSH>function get-TimeLeftToEnterPowerShellContest {(get-date -date "12/15/2006 23:55").Subtract((get-date))}
PoSH>get-TimeLeftToEnterPowerShellContest

Days : 11
Hours : 2
Minutes : 21
Seconds : 43
Milliseconds : 719
Ticks : 9589037192755
TotalDays : 11.0984226767998
TotalHours : 266.362144243194
TotalMinutes : 15981.7286545917
TotalSeconds : 958903.7192755
TotalMilliseconds : 958903719.2755

 

  hope this guide and the examples get you started with an script for the contest,

Enjoy,

Greetings,
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