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  1. Convert file encoding using linux and iconv‏‎ (04:27, 25 March 2012)
  2. A primitive hex version of the seq gnu utility, written in perl‏‎ (13:22, 26 May 2012)
  3. Perl on windows‏‎ (18:02, 21 July 2012)
  4. Self-contained batch file with perl code‏‎ (18:07, 21 July 2012)
  5. Mdt the unattend answer file contains an invalid product key‏‎ (09:41, 29 September 2012)
  6. Rename unix utility - windows port‏‎ (16:47, 19 May 2013)
  7. Powershell vs perl at text processing‏‎ (04:28, 25 May 2013)
  8. Microsoft deployment tools vmware xp amd pcnet nic missing‏‎ (11:33, 10 November 2013)
  9. How to check perl module version‏‎ (00:43, 28 December 2013)
  10. Gnu seq on steroids with hex support and descending ranges‏‎ (04:38, 13 April 2014)
  11. Get-Weather cmdlet for PowerShell, using the OpenWeatherMap API‏‎ (08:48, 8 August 2014)
  12. Running perl one-liners and scripts from powershell‏‎ (00:01, 6 September 2014)
  13. PowerShell Java Auto-Update Script‏‎ (07:45, 25 October 2014)
  14. University of Winnipeg's Theoryx ppm repository for ActivePerl‏‎ (07:20, 4 January 2015)
  15. Remote control mom via PowerShell and TeamViewer‏‎ (10:01, 27 August 2015)
  16. Disable cursor blinking in Komodo (edit) with a JavaScript macro‏‎ (14:49, 7 September 2015)
  17. Linux squid proxy url rewriting or redirection‏‎ (02:08, 3 November 2015)
  18. PowerShell Get-MountPointData Cmdlet‏‎ (12:14, 18 November 2015)
  19. PowerShell script to recursively delete empty folders‏‎ (03:08, 26 December 2015)
  20. Import PFX certificates on remote servers (PSv2-compatible)‏‎ (04:37, 25 February 2016)
  21. Powershell prompt for password convert securestring to plain text‏‎ (19:17, 2 March 2016)
  22. Compiling or packaging an executable from perl code on windows‏‎ (17:29, 3 March 2016)
  23. PowerShell .NET regex to validate IPv6 address (RFC-compliant)‏‎ (05:53, 9 March 2016)
  24. Powershell psexec wrapper‏‎ (17:22, 11 March 2016)
  25. Manually parse CSV with escaped delimiters‏‎ (18:59, 22 March 2016)
  26. Convert between Windows and Unix epoch with Python and Perl‏‎ (09:06, 31 March 2016)
  27. Remove first or last n characters from a string in PowerShell‏‎ (14:00, 31 March 2016)
  28. Detect duplicate Windows DNS PTR records with PowerShell‏‎ (07:01, 2 April 2016)
  29. PowerShell Cmdlet for Splitting an Array‏‎ (19:56, 3 April 2016)
  30. List and validate IPv4 subnet masks using PowerShell‏‎ (18:02, 11 April 2016)
  31. Getting computer information using powershell‏‎ (11:10, 15 May 2016)
  32. Active directory password expiration notification‏‎ (03:02, 12 June 2016)
  33. Powershell regular expressions‏‎ (05:00, 12 June 2016)
  34. Powershell multi-line comments‏‎ (05:41, 31 July 2016)
  35. Powershell split operator‏‎ (17:44, 29 September 2016)
  36. Test PowerShell Remoting Cmdlet‏‎ (21:18, 13 November 2016)
  37. Quest ActiveRoles Management Shell Download‏‎ (03:33, 24 November 2016)
  38. Accessing the Bing Search API v5 using PowerShell‏‎ (17:33, 4 December 2016)
  39. Getting usernames from active directory with powershell‏‎ (21:10, 9 December 2016)
  40. Using the Microsoft Translator API from PowerShell‏‎ (19:05, 15 December 2016)
  41. Accessing the Google Custom Search API using PowerShell‏‎ (22:34, 23 December 2016)
  42. Check for open TCP ports using PowerShell‏‎ (09:45, 14 January 2017)
  43. Renaming files using PowerShell‏‎ (14:24, 4 March 2017)
  44. Parse schtasks.exe Output with PowerShell‏‎ (22:13, 6 March 2017)
  45. Check if an AD user exists with Get-ADUser‏‎ (22:11, 31 March 2017)
  46. Manage local group membership on remote servers with PowerShell‏‎ (17:25, 18 April 2017)
  47. Getting computer models in a domain using Powershell‏‎ (14:55, 23 April 2017)
  48. PowerShell regex to accurately match IPv4 address (0-255 only)‏‎ (10:41, 4 July 2017)
  49. Getting computer names from AD using Powershell‏‎ (23:53, 17 July 2017)
  50. Parse PsLoggedOn.exe Output with PowerShell‏‎ (16:27, 2 September 2017)

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