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bio website twitter.com/#!/guillaume86
location Frameries, Belgium
age 28
visits member for 3 years, 4 months
seen Dec 12 at 22:10

Web oriented developper, interested in asp.net mvc, c#, linq, javascript...


Apr
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awarded  Scholar
Apr
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comment Customize adaptative brightness in Windows 8
Thanks, too bad they hardcoded it!
Apr
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accepted Customize adaptative brightness in Windows 8
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asked Customize adaptative brightness in Windows 8
Oct
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comment Why does pinging 192.168.072 (only 2 dots) return a response from 192.168.0.58?
more precisly it's the quad dotted notation in the case of an IP address
Oct
12
comment Why does pinging 192.168.072 (only 2 dots) return a response from 192.168.0.58?
does the x.x.x.x notation for 32 bits numbers has a name? It might be used/helpful in other domains but I can't google it :) edit: nevermind, it's the dot-decimal notation
Oct
12
comment What's the quickest way to count the number of each character in a file?
@DankoDurbić thanks didn't knew how to cast :), side note to people comparing to unix variants, the last part (sort count -des) is just bonus to order results by frequency
Oct
10
comment What's the quickest way to count the number of each character in a file?
Ok I think I found the pure PS way: Get-Content "C:\eula.3082.txt" | % { $_.ToCharArray() } | Group-Object | Sort Count -Descending
Oct
10
comment What's the quickest way to count the number of each character in a file?
I'm more a .NET dev then a powershell specialist so a more idiomatic way probably exists (should use Get-Content I guess)
Oct
10
comment What's the quickest way to count the number of each character in a file?
if somone is interested in the windows powershell version: [System.IO.File]::ReadAllText("C:\yourfile.txt").ToCharArray() | Group-Object $_ | Sort Count -Descending
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