Posts Tagged ‘methods’


Calling a method without parentheses

Friday, April 22nd, 2016 by June Blender
Late breaking news from PowerShell Conference Europe 2016!! During PowerShell MVP Chrissy LeMaire's (@cl) knockout session at PowerShell Conference Europe 2016, "My Journey to 200,000 Rows a Second" (don't miss the recording; I'll tweet as soon as it's available), PowerShell Principal Developer Bruce Payette (@BrucePayette) said that you can call the Where method without parentheses. [caption id="attachment_11844" align="alignnone" width="300"] Chrissy LeMaire and Bruce Payette at PowerShell Conference Europe[/caption] "It's a syntactic twiddle," he explained, as only Bruce can. In an exclusive interview, Bruce clarified that, beginning in PowerShell 4.0, you can call ANY method in PowerShell without parentheses if it…   More »

PrimalScript 2011’s WMI Browser gets an upgrade

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Alex Riedel
We are always looking at improving our products or adding useful features. When we originally created the WMI part inside PrimalScript's object browser, it was all about WMI properties. But many WMI classes have methods too and we felt you should be able to see them. Many thanks also to all the users who let us know that this is a feature they need as soon as possible. We always appreciate hearing what you would like to see. So with this service build (6.0.150) we added WMI methods to the browser and generate help information on the fly as shown…   More »