INTRODUCTION : Everybody comes across a word that you don’t understand how to use it in a sentence, I face this often as I do ton of readings. normally I would have done a simple google search, let’s suppose for the word “Elixir”, which will give me few websites with sentence examples. I would have… Read More Powershell : Get example Sentence’s for a Word using Web scraping on online dictionary
If you’re Calorie Conscious or by any chance nerd? Then this one is for you 🙂 So how about getting the Nutritional value of a food item from Powershell 😀 HOW IT WORKS : To make it work we are simply making calls to a REST API of “United States Department of Agriculture” to search… Read More Get-Nutrient composition of Food Items using Powershell
Hey guys! Today’s blog post is a quick Powershell tip which is useful when we’ve to generate Dynamic XML using a Powershell script, if the file gets huge it gets difficult to read the XML data , hence in such a case Indentation comes handy. HOW TO MAKE IT WORK ? Use System.IO.StringWriter and System.XMl.XmlTextWriter classes… Read More Powershell Tip : Use XML Indentation to make it more readable
INTRODUCTION : This is a PowerShell script to summarize long text document(s) depending upon your chosen word limit, it utilizes an algorithm which looks for parameters like Important words and Common content to score each sentence in order to generate a summary of the highest scored sentences in sequence of there occurrence in the content. HOW… Read More Get-Summary : Algorithm in Powershell to summarize Text, Document(s) within a word limit.
Tired of Long unwanted directory paths in Powershell terminal? Well I’m! Totally tired of looking long directory paths because I spent most of the my time working on Powershell terminals THE PROBLEM : When Dealing with long directory paths, we are literally typing on right hand side of your powershell console, moreover console starts wrapping the text when your command… Read More Customizing Directory Path in PowerShell Prompt()
Well, it’s Saturday night and I was watching some of the old Powershell tutorials, which I had downloaded from Microsoft Virtual Academy. THE PROBLEM : But problem with these downloaded tutorials is that – They have a Default download name, and one can barely understand the Content inside each vedio. see in the below picture. SOLUTION : Media players like,… Read More PowerShell : Get MP3/MP4 File’s MetaData and How to use it to make your Life easy
Hello Reader! Right now I’m sitting in a Cafe near my place, where I spend most of my weekends and was going through few of my old Powershell scripts, I saw the one which I’m sharing right now because it works well in public places, with lots of people 😀 So today we’re looking it… Read More Powershell : Find-UnsecureWifiConnection’s Nearby