Posts Tagged ‘variables’


PowerShell Studio 2015: Enhancements for Debugging

Monday, July 13th, 2015 by David Corrales
In the last service release v4.2.86 we introduced some new enhancements to help improve your debugging experience.   New Variables Panel Context Menu We added a new context menu to the Variables Panel that allows you to: Add To Watch – Adds the selected variable to the Watch Panel. Query in Debug Console – Runs the variable in the Debug Console, so that you can inspect the variable. If you select a property, then the variable’s property will be queried in the Debug Console. Copy – Copies the cell contents to the clipboard. New Watch Panel Context Menu We also…   More »

PrimalScript 2014 PowerShell Debugger enhancements

Monday, August 18th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
PrimalScript 2104’s PowerShell Debugger has received a minor update with build 7.0.44. The variables window now shows the actual .NET type of the underlying variable in a separate column. In addition to that you can also see array data. If you look closely at the screenshot above you see a “[… Click to see array values …] for the variable called “myArray”. Clicking on that will retrieve the first 20 items in this array. It only retrieves a maximum of 20 items for performance reasons and because this particular way of displaying the array data does not lend itself to…   More »

Fun with Errors

Sunday, July 20th, 2008 by Jeffery Hicks
In the online PowerShell class I've been doing this week we've been discussing error handling. I explained that the built-in $error variable is an array that stores recent PowerShell exceptions. Here's a quick list of fun things you can do with an error object.   More »