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Archive for March 9th, 2017

Computerphile Mike Pound is now on GitHub – mikepound/mazesolving: A variety of algorithms to solve mazes from an input image

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/03/09

I love Computerphile. One of their presenters is Mike Pound and he is now on GitHub as mikepound

His repository is for the beow video on Maze Solving.

The repository mikepound/mazesolving: A variety of algorithms to solve mazes from an input image also has a Wiki where contributions are being discussed: Home · mikepound/mazesolving Wiki


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PowerShell: when Format-Table -AutoSize displays only 10 columns and uses the width of the console when redirecting to file

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/03/09

Lets start with the second problem: There are various ways to redirect PowerShell output to a file.

  • Shell redirect with a greater than sign (>) to create/overwrite output or two greater than signs (>>) to append output.
  • Use Out-File [WayBack] with a filename and either -FilePath (default, similar to >) or -Append (similar >>).

I write “similar” as they are not fully equivalent. That’s where Format-Table [WayBack] with the -AutoSize parameter comes in (with or without a -Wrap parameter).

Apart from Format-Table displaying only 10 columns by default (see below), the -AutoSize will change columns presentation depending not just on the -Wrap parameter but also to the total width it thinks it has available.

Useful Format-Table parameters

First the representation:

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ShellCheck – shell script analysis tool

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/03/09

This is golden: ShellCheck – shell script analysis tool.

It checks your shell scripts, either on-line or off-line (brew install shellcheck for Mac, apt, etc for Linuces)


via: regex – Read file line by line with bash script – Stack Overflow

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