Monthly Archives: January 2020

Time for cube calculation

My recent post on spheres got me wondering about the time for cube calculation. Defining a variable PS> $r = 2.37 I can calculate the cube by multiplying $r by itself 3 times or by using the Power function on … Continue reading

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Spheres

Continuing my series of functions that can be used for geometric calculations its time for a quick look at spheres. Remember in all of these functions that PI is set as a constant when the module is loaded: New-Variable -Name … Continue reading

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Recent releases

Recent releases of interest include: PowerShell v7 Release Candidate 2. No significant changes from RC 1 – see https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/tag/v7.0.0-rc.2 Windows Terminal v0.8.10261. Bug fixes – see https://github.com/microsoft/terminal/releases/tag/v0.8.10261.0 PowerShell v6.2.4. No significant changes – see https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/tag/v6.2.4 With GA of PowerShell v7 … Continue reading

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Circles

One of my all time favourite films is “The Thomas Crown Affair” – the original NOT the remake. The films theme tune – Windmillls of your Mind – with its focus on circles got me thinking about geometrical calculations in … Continue reading

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