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2018-06-10
14:19
I initially wrote this ASCII art character script to be used with a modified version of PowerBot 2.0 (ID 2510 on poshcode). It outputs ASCII art letters from what you supply as a parameter (if the characters are supported). Either to STDOUT with Write-Host (colors are supported) or to the pipeline. It’s useless without the XML that’s found at powershelladmin.com. The full article is in my wiki: http://www.powershelladmin.com/wiki/Ascii_art_characters_powershell_script file: [56c3d54efb] check-in: [0348724fe0] user: Joakim Svendsen, Svendsen Tech branch: trunk, size: 8412
14:10
I initially wrote this ASCII art character script to be used with a modified version of PowerBot 2.0 (ID 2510 on poshcode). It outputs ASCII art letters from what you supply as a parameter (if the characters are supported). Either to STDOUT with Write-Host (colors are supported) or to the pipeline. It’s useless without the XML that’s found at powershelladmin.com. The full article is in my wiki: http://www.powershelladmin.com/wiki/Ascii_art_characters_powershell_script file: [fc535d58a0] check-in: [5bc4ce7f2e] user: Joakim Svendsen, Svendsen Tech branch: trunk, size: 8412
14:09
I initially wrote this ASCII art character script to be used with a modified version of PowerBot 2.0 (ID 2510 on poshcode). It outputs ASCII art letters from what you supply as a parameter (if the characters are supported). Either to STDOUT with Write-Host (colors are supported) or to the pipeline. It’s useless without the XML that’s found at powershelladmin.com. The full article is in my wiki: http://www.powershelladmin.com/wiki/Ascii_art_characters_powershell_script file: [eb99e24834] check-in: [f649f23a9b] user: Joakim Svendsen, Svendsen Tech branch: trunk, size: 8412
13:45
I initially wrote this ASCII art character script to be used with a modified version of PowerBot 2.0 (ID 2510 on poshcode). It outputs ASCII art letters from what you supply as a parameter (if the characters are supported). Either to STDOUT with Write-Host (colors are supported) or to the pipeline. It’s useless without the XML that’s found at powershelladmin.com. The full article is in my wiki: http://www.powershelladmin.com/wiki/Ascii_art_characters_powershell_script file: [fc879d38dc] check-in: [e1eec057e8] user: Joakim Svendsen, Svendsen Tech branch: trunk, size: 8439
13:23
I initially wrote this ASCII art character script to be used with a modified version of PowerBot 2.0 (ID 2510 on poshcode). It outputs ASCII art letters from what you supply as a parameter (if the characters are supported). Either to STDOUT with Write-Host (colors are supported) or to the pipeline. It’s useless without the XML that’s found at powershelladmin.com. The full article is in my wiki: http://www.powershelladmin.com/wiki/Ascii_art_characters_powershell_script file: [e29f81ce66] check-in: [15a12dce5d] user: Joakim Svendsen, Svendsen Tech branch: trunk, size: 8412 Added