Creating PowerShell Stacks and Expression Evaluators

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 02 Aug 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

To demonstrate that dynamic modules in PowerShell can be used to easily create objects with methods and properties, Phil Factor implements an expression analyser written in PowerShell, using a variation of Dijstra’s Shunting Algorithm. PowerShell has a surprising number of different ways of creating objects that have data and methods. Although it is only recently …The post Creating PowerShell Stacks and Expression Evaluators appeared first on Simple Talk....

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