PowerShell and Python, both treat Strings as an array of characters, so we can use an array’s functionality called “slicing” on our strings to substring a string, which slices a piece of string from the original string.
Following are couple of ways to perform a substring of a string:
In Python we Substring\slicing as a character array using range
PowerShell on other hand also offers a
SubString() method inbuilt into every string object which accepts starting index and length of substring like in the following examples:
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My new book : PowerShell Scripting Guide to Python
This PowerShell Scripting guide to Python is designed to make readers familiar with syntax, semantics and core concepts of Python language, in an approach that readers can totally relate with the concepts of PowerShell already in their arsenal, to learn Python fast and effectively, such that it sticks with readers for longer time.
“Use what you know to learn what you don’t. ” also known as Associative learning.
Book follows a comparative method to jump start readers journey in Python, but who is the target audience? and who should read this book –
- Any System Administrator who want to step into Development or Programming roles, and even if you don’t want to be a developer, knowledge of another scripting language will make your skill set more robust.
- Python Developers who want to learn PowerShell scripting and understand its ease of user and importance to manage any platform.
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But this PowerShell Scripting guide to Python would be very helpful for you if you already have some knowledge of PowerShell
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