I didn't know about that group.
Anyway, I've added the link to the group site in PowerShell Toolbar and Good
luck with your presentation!
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L> PowerShell strings will be the topic of this month's PowerShell SIG
L> of the North Texas PC User's Group, and I'll be a presenter, so I'm
L> preparing a handout.
L> - Larry
L> Bob Landau wrote:
>> Check this out
>> Yes they have it backwards simple mistake.
>> What I wish they had shown is for many common tasks the Powershell
>> string capabilities work quite well and as a bonus you don't have to
>> worry about upper or Lower case.
>> 'foo bar'.StartsWith('f')
>> 'foo bar' -like 'f*' # actually less typing and still works
>> regardless of case
>> add the native PS RegEx, Split, Join and you can go a long ways
>> without needing to worry about case sensitivity that you must in
>> every other language.
>> "Larry__Weiss" wrote:
>>> Looking at
>>> it seems to me that it has the descriptions of case sensitivity
>>> backwards in the "Comparing Two String Values" section.
>>> Can someone confirm that?
>>> - Larry