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Q.6richtextScripting::Powershell:: Command Examples.
Q.76plainScripting::Perl::How to get date information of files.
Q.77plainScripting::Perl::How to use the pattern match operator m//.
Q.78plainScripting::Perl::How to manipulate/work on directories.
Q.79plainScripting::Perl::How to view perl manuals as plain text document.
Q.81plainScripting::Perl::How to read one line at a time from a text file.
Q.82plainScripting::Perl::How to open files with open().
Q.83plainScripting::Perl::What is the difference between single quote (') and double quote (").
Q.96plainScripting::Perl::How to sort a hash by its values.
Q.97plainScripting::Perl:: How to declare and empty hash.
Q.98plainScripting::Perl:: How to loop through a hash given it's hash reference.
Q.418richtextScripting::Python::Examples:: How to do formatted print.
Q.906richtextScripting::Powershell:: How to start powershell.
Q.1188richtextScripting::Powershell:: How to obtain the command history.
Q.1189richtextScripting::Powershell:: How to display Powershell version.
Q.1365plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: If and Switch statements.
Q.1366plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: Do While - Do Until - For - ForEach loops.
Q.1367plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: Reading from or Writing to a file.
Q.1368plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: Writing to a HTML or CSV file.
Q.1369plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: Arrays - Constants - Functions - Variables.
Q.1370plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: How to create objects.
Q.1371plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: Writing to Console or Capturing User input.
Q.1372plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: line breaks - comments - merging lines - piping output to another command.
Q.1379richtextScripting::Python::Help:: How to get help from python interpreter.
Q.1380richtextScripting::Python::Syntax:: What are Python reserved words.
Q.1382richtextScripting::Python::Examples::Strings:: How to loop through the characters in a string.
Q.1383richtextScripting::Python::Examples::Strings:: How to slice strings.
Q.1384richtextScripting::Python::Examples::Strings:: How to test whether a character is found in a string.
Q.1385richtextScripting::Python::String:: How to determine what methods are availble for a string and how to invoke them.
Q.1387richtextScripting::Python:: How to run a simple web (http) server.
Q.1390richtextScripting::Python::Dictionaries:: Notes on dictionaries in Python.
Q.1396richtextScripting::Powershell:: How to count lines from the output.
Q.1400richtextScripting::Powershell::4.0:: Examples.
Q.1402richtextScripting::Powershell::Operators:: What is the syntax for -f format operator.
Q.1403richtextScripting::PowerShell:: How to launch powershell from command line.
Q.1405richtextScripting::Python::Syntax:: Python 2.x reserved words aka vocabulary.
Q.1406richtextScripting::Python::Syntax:: What are the python 2.x operators.
Q.1410richtextScripting::PowerShell:: General Tips .
Q.1414richtextScripting::Python::Cheatsheet:: Python 2.x quick reference.
Q.1417richtextScripting::Python::String:: What are the string methods and their syntax.
Q.1419richtextScripting::Python::Modules::web2py:: Where to download web2py.
Q.1422richtextScripting::Python::Modules::Web2py:: What is the command line syntax for web2py.
Q.1424richtextScripting::Python::Modules::Web2py:: How to connect to the admin console.
Q.1442richtextScripting::Powershell:: What are the execution policies for powershell.
Q.1446richtextScripting::Powershell::2.0:: Examples.
Q.1501richtextScripting::Python::Examples::Strings:: Functions (methods) for the string.
Q.1504richtextScripting::Python::List:: How to manipulate LIsts.
Q.1509richtextScripting::Python::List:: Demonstration of list methods.
Q.1517richtextScripting::Python::2.7:: What are the builtin functions.
Q.1520richtextScripting::Perl:: How to run external commands.
Q.1566richtextScripting::Python::Cheatsheet:: Pandas library cheatsheet.
Q.1587richtextScripting::Powershell:: What are the execution policies and related commands.
Q.1637richtextScripting::Powershell::AWS:: Examples of AWS powershell cmdlets.
Q.1706richtextScripting::Perl:: How to capture the output of Operating System (OS) command to a variable.
Q.1727richtextScripting::Python:: Variables.
Q.1728richtextScripting::Python::Examples::Variables:: Assigning data to variables.
Q.1729richtextScripting::Python::Examples::Operators:: String operations.
Q.1730richtextScripting::Python::Examples::Operators:: List Operations.
Q.1731richtextScripting::Python::Examples::Operators:: Dictionary operations.
Q.1732richtextScripting::Python::Examples::Operators:: Tuple operations.


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006:[Powershell:: Command Examples]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Perl::How to get date information of files]:subcat:Perl
006:[Perl::How to use the pattern match operator m//]:subcat:Perl
006:[Perl::How to manipulate/work on directories]:subcat:Perl
006:[Perl::How to view perl manuals as plain text document]:subcat:Perl
006:[Perl::How to read one line at a time from a text file]:subcat:Perl
006:[Perl::How to open files with open()]:subcat:Perl
006:[Perl::What is the difference between single quote (') and double quote (")]:subcat:Perl
006:[Perl::How to sort a hash by its values]:subcat:Perl
006:[Perl:: How to declare and empty hash]:subcat:Perl
006:[Perl:: How to loop through a hash given it's hash reference]:subcat:Perl
006:[Python::Examples:: How to do formatted print]:subcat:Python
006:[Powershell:: How to start powershell]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell:: How to obtain the command history]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell:: How to display Powershell version]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::Syntax:: If and Switch statements]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::Syntax:: Do While - Do Until - For - ForEach loops]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::Syntax:: Reading from or Writing to a file]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::Syntax:: Writing to a HTML or CSV file]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::Syntax:: Arrays - Constants - Functions - Variables]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::Syntax:: How to create objects]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::Syntax:: Writing to Console or Capturing User input]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::Syntax:: line breaks - comments - merging lines - piping output to another command]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Python::Help:: How to get help from python interpreter]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Syntax:: What are Python reserved words]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Strings:: How to loop through the characters in a string]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Strings:: How to slice strings]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Strings:: How to test whether a character is found in a string]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::String:: How to determine what methods are availble for a string and how to invoke them]:subcat:Python
006:[Python:: How to run a simple web (http) server]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Dictionaries:: Notes on dictionaries in Python]:subcat:Python
006:[Powershell:: How to count lines from the output]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::4.0:: Examples]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::Operators:: What is the syntax for -f format operator]:subcat:Powershell
006:[PowerShell:: How to launch powershell from command line]:subcat:PowerShell
006:[Python::Syntax:: Python 2.x reserved words aka vocabulary]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Syntax:: What are the python 2.x operators]:subcat:Python
006:[PowerShell:: General Tips ]:subcat:PowerShell
006:[Python::Cheatsheet:: Python 2.x quick reference]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::String:: What are the string methods and their syntax]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Modules::web2py:: Where to download web2py]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Modules::Web2py:: What is the command line syntax for web2py]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Modules::Web2py:: How to connect to the admin console]:subcat:Python
006:[Powershell:: What are the execution policies for powershell]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::2.0:: Examples]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Python::Examples::Strings:: Functions (methods) for the string]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::List:: How to manipulate LIsts]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::List:: Demonstration of list methods]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::2.7:: What are the builtin functions]:subcat:Python
006:[Perl:: How to run external commands]:subcat:Perl
006:[Python::Cheatsheet:: Pandas library cheatsheet]:subcat:Python
006:[Powershell:: What are the execution policies and related commands]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::AWS:: Examples of AWS powershell cmdlets]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Perl:: How to capture the output of Operating System (OS) command to a variable]:subcat:Perl
006:[Python:: Variables]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Variables:: Assigning data to variables]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Operators:: String operations]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Operators:: List Operations]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Operators:: Dictionary operations]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Operators:: Tuple operations]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Functions:: Data Type Conversion Functions]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Operators:: Numeric operators]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Arguments:: How to count and use command line arguments passed to the script]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Loops:: How to use For loop]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Control Flow:: How to use if else elif control flow]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Loops:: How to use while loop]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Operators:: Comparison, Boolean and Bitwise operators]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Operators:: Assignment operations]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Operators:: Identity and Membership operators]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Input Output:: How to read input data from the terminal]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Loops:: Using break and continue in for or while loops]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Exception Handling:: How to use try-except-else-finally to catch and handle exceptions]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Functions:: defining functions]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Input Output:: How to open, read, write and close a file]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Help:: How to use the online dir() or help() to discover and get help]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Input Output:: How to use os.path module to manipulate file directories paths in the Operating System]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Modules::os:: How to use os module]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Class:: Class and object operations]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Advanced:: How to use List Comprehension including nested lists]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Advanced:: How to use map function]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Advanced:: How to use lambda]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Cheatsheet:: Python 3.8 cheatsheet]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Cheatsheet:: Python 3.8 modules cheatsheet 1]:subcat:Python
006:[Powershell::5.1:: How to perform common tasks]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell:: Working with Microsoft Office Word document - Part 1]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Python::3.x:: How to use python-docx module to work with Microsoft Word documents]:subcat:Python
006:[Powershell::5.1:: Powershell 5.1 Cheatsheet]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell:: How to generate the checksum (hash) of a file]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell:: Working with Microsoft Office Word document - Part 2]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell:: Working with Microsoft Office Excel - part 1]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Powershell::2.0:: Powershell 2.0 Cheatsheet]:subcat:Powershell
006:[Python::Examples:: How to check for repeating characters in a string]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Iterators:: How to concatenate all items in an iterable - list, tuples, lists into a single string with a separator between items]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples:: Function to convert Unix octal permissions to string (rwx) permissions]:subcat:Python
006:[Python:: Solving common problems using python]:subcat:Python
006:[Python::Examples::Regex:: Examples of regex using re module]:subcat:Python
006:[Selenium::Python:: Getting started with Selenium on Python in Windows environment]:subcat:Selenium
006:[Selenium::Powershell:: Getting started with Selenium on Powershell in Windows environment]:subcat:Selenium
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