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WMI and VBScript for Microsoft Operating Systems - Guy's Secrets
Read from "Example 1b: To Discover the ComputerName" for how to get the Windows machine name/hostname/Computer name for the machine on which the script is running. Set objNetwork = CreateObject("WScript.Network")
machineid = objNetwork.ComputerName
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june 2010 by therobyouknow
Visual Studio Tools for Applications - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Today's standard for writing extensions to Microsoft Applications, this is the replacement for Visual Basic for Applications in that it retains all of that functionality but provides for the latest Microsoft OSs, APIs and languages, e.g. C#, as well as Visual Basic.
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april 2010 by therobyouknow
Visual Studio Tools for Applications
Today's standard for writing extensions to Microsoft Applications, this is the replacement for Visual Basic for Applications in that it retains all of that functionality but provides for the latest Microsoft OSs, APIs and languages, e.g. C#, as well as Visual Basic.
vsta  visual  studio  tools  applications  application  microsoft  c#  add-in  extension  extending  tool  add-on  enhance  feature  user-defined  diy  developer  open  functionality  object  customise  customize  development  dotnet  extensibility  latest  office  plugin  programming  scripting  vba  visualstudio  work  computing 
april 2010 by therobyouknow
How to extract a directory and filename from a path in a string, Perl Regular Expressions - Kewl Splitpath One Liner Regex
Kewl Splitpath One Liner Regex

Check out this splitpath command:
my($text) = "/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0";
my($directory, $filename) = $text =~ m/(.*\/)(.*)$/;
print "D=$directory, F=$filename\n";
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january 2010 by therobyouknow
Perl Regular Expressions
One of the best guides: concise, comprehensive, friendly, useful illustrative examples.
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november 2009 by therobyouknow

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