## Maildroid does not save sent email to IMAP ‘Sent’ folder by default

This behavior is so frustrating. We don’t live in a time where IMAP storage space is at a premium anymore! Fairmail saves a copy of sent mail in the IMAP’s ‘Sent’ folder by default.

I did some research and it seems like MailDroid insists on ‘saving the sent mail in “Sent from device” folder (I tried disabling it thinking Maildroid will be smart enough to save it in the IMAP’s sent folder, but no, it doesn’t).

Fairmail’s Settings->Send->Message->[Last Item] On Replying to a message in user folder, save the reply in the same folder was disabled (should be, or else it’d be messy), but there’s a subtext that says “The email server could still add the message to the sent message folder”, which points me to think saving a copy to the Sent folder is an IMAP server managed behavior, so it doesn’t rely on email clients specifically telling it where (which folder) to save the sent email.

I was about to give up Maildroid and stick to Fairmail, and did a little research on “imap put sent mail in sent folder” and viola, Maildroid is the first one that came up. Seems like I wasn’t the only one perplexed by Maildroid’s weird design choices and it seems like most other email apps do not have this awkward behavior.

I did as what the dev for maildroid said and it turns out all of the email accounts in use says “Not specified”. When I clicked on one of the accounts, the root folder /Inbox shows up. I had to expand it with the ‘>‘ so the (IMAP) sub-folders show up.

This GUI was designed horribly and it’s clearly an afterthought. The reason I’m saying that instead of just assigning the IMAP sent folder right away after I tapped on it, the UI changes the textbook at the bottom of the screen (WTF) to what I’ve selected (despite there were no multiple choices) and click the DONE next to it. It’s so unintuitive in many levels.

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## Crack open wall wart (power brick): hot air method (READ or risk more damages!)

The power brick that came with my U1620A order has a rattling noise when I shook it. I suspected a piece of soldered cracked and was wandering inside so I chose not to power it on as it might short something. So I had to crack open the wall wart, which turns out many people have little luck open it up non-destructively.

Just prying it open by force with a screwdriver will ruin the plastics. I needed to somehow soften the glue first and work into it (like using a cutter) to dislodge/cut the glue. Rubbing alcohol doesn’t work that well. The glue is quite stuff so it’s not the easily dissolvable kind.

After some experimentation, I used my hot air station and set it to a temperature right below it melts the hard ABS plastic outside (143 deg C, max air flow), and carefully pried it after taking the heat away.

WARNING: Do not pry while the hot air is blowing as the ABS plastic might be slightly softened! The hot air might overshoot in its temperature feedback) so you might accidentally remold it. When working at the borderline temperature that barely soften the ABS plastic, the second you take the hot air away the plastic cools back (hardens) enough for you to pry.

Out of practicality, I heat up one edge at a time, then focus on 1/3 of the area at a time get an entry point prying one hook open at a time. It takes a lot of patience.

After I got all the 4 sides pried open for some reason I couldn’t release the case and it felt something was stuck in the middle. Turns out the wall wart I have happened to have a center screw hidden from plain sight under the label. The label quality was so good that just pressing it around with a pair of tweezers won’t find the screw hole (because of the tension). I used hot air (at the same 143 deg C) to probe with tweezers to locate the screw hole. I cut a hole in the label for the screw hole because it’d be a pain to use hot air to get the label off in one without ruining it and be able to put it back like new.

## Bonus discovery: molded plastics have some memory!

I dented the ABS plastic case during prying (before I thought of using hot air), but I discovered this magical temperature (143 deg C) actually heals the plastic when I blow it in a direction that undoes the dent! The small (like 2mm) dents magically smooth itself out and went back to rough where it was before I screwed it up (pun intended)!

Yes, for molded plastics, small dents caused by prying and bumping, heating it up to the temperature right before it softens will return it to its near original shape without external forces!

Of course, do not go past the softening temperature (143 deg C). If you heat it to a melting temperature, the plastic will lose its memory so you need to apply external force to beat it to the shape you wanted (which is a pain in the butt and it requires a lot of post-processing to get it to look like original).

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## Agilent DSO6000 series was internally called 54670/54680?

Architecturally, the DSO6000A series shares common designs with 54830 series oscilloscope and 54640 series oscilloscopes. I noticed the Acq board numbers for my DSO6052A start with 54672 and the my M/DSO6104A starts with 54684. Looks like the 5467X means 500Mhz and 5468X means 1Ghz while the X is the number of analog channels.

This is ‘confirmed’ by a slip up in the documentation (user guide) which they forgot to update the model number in their vector graphics:

I think I’m getting a hang of Agilent’s oscilloscope’s hardware to do deep level board repairs as I have various model to compare. I used If you need yours repaired, please reach me at 949-682-8145.

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## Python packages, modules and imports

Python’s import structure is freaking confusing. Learning by examples (i.e. imitating example code) does not help understanding the logic of it, and there are a lot of possible invalid combinations that are dead ends. You need to understand the concepts below to use it confidently!

Just like C++ quirks, very often there’s valid reasoning behind this confusing Python design choice and it’s not immediately obvious. Each language cater certain set of use cases at the expense of making other scenarios miserable. That’s why there’s best universal language for all projects. Know the trade-offs of the languages so you can pick the right tool for the job.

## MATLAB’s one file per function/script design

MATLAB made the choice of having one file describe one exposed object/function/class/script so it maps directly into the mental model of file systems. This is good for both user’s sanity and have behavioral advantages for MATLAB’s interpreter

1. Users can reason the same same way as they do with files, which is less mental gymnastics
2. Users can keep track of what’s available to them simply by browsing the directory tree and filenames because file names are function names, which should be sensibly chosen.
3. Just like users, MATLAB also leverage the file system for indexing available functions and defer loading the contents to the memory until it’s called at runtime, which means changes are reflected automatically.

## Package/modules namespace models in MATLAB vs Python

MATLAB traditionally dumps all free functions (.m files) available in its search paths into the root workspace. Users are responsible for not picking colliding names. Classes, namespaces and packages are after-thoughts in MATLAB while the OOP dogma is the central theme of Python, so obviously such practices are frowned upon.

RANT: OOP is basically a worldview formed by adding artificial man-made constructs (meanings such as agents, hierarchy, relationships) to the idea of bundling code (programs) and data (variables) in isolated packages controlled (scoped) by namespaces (which is just the lexer in your compiler enforcing man-made rules). The idea of code and data being the same thing came from Von Neumann Architecture: your hard drive or RAM doesn’t care what the bits stands for; it’s up to your processor and OS to exercise self-restraint. People are often tempted to follow rules too rigidly or not to take them seriously when what really matters is understanding where the rules came from, why they are useful in certain contexts and where they do not apply.

Packages namespaces are pretty much the skeleton of classes so the structure and syntax is the same for both. From my memory, it was at around 2015 that MATLAB started actively encouraging users (and their own internal development) to move away from the flat root workspace model and use packages to tuck away function names that are not immediately relevant to their interests and summon them through import syntax as needed. This practice is mandatory (enforced) in Python!

However are a few subtle differences between the two in terms of the package/module systems:

• MATLAB does not have from statement because import do not have the option to exposed the (nested tree of) package name to the workspace. It always output the leaf-node to the current workspace, the same way as from import syntax is used in Python.
• MATLAB does not have an optional as statement for you to give an alternative name to the package you just imported. In my opinion, Python has to provide the as statement as an option to shorten package/module names because it was too aggressively tucking away commonly used packages (such as numpy) that forcing people to spell the informative names in full is going to be an outcry.
• Unlike free functions (.m files), MATLAB classes are cached once the object is instantiated until clear classes or the like that gets rid of all instances in the workspace. Python’s module has the same behavior, which you need to unload with del (which is like MATLAB’s clear).
• Python’s modules are not classes, though most of the time they behave like MATLAB’s static classes. Because the lack of instantiated instances, you can reload Python modules with importlib.reload(). On the other hand, since MATLAB packages merely manages when the .m files can get into the current scope (with import command), the file system still indexes the available function list. Changes in .m file functions reflects immediately on the next call in MATLAB, yet Python has to reload the module to update the function names index because the only way to look at what functions are available is revisiting the contents of an updated .py file!
• MATLAB abstracts folder names (that starts with + symbol) as packages and functions as .m files while Python abstracts the .py file as a module (like MATLAB’s package) and the objects are the contents inside it. Therefore Python packages is analogous to the outer level of a double-packed (nested) MATLAB package. I’ll explain this in detail in the next sections.

## Files AND directories are treated the same way in module hierarchy!

This comes with a few implications

• if you name your project /myproj/myproj.py with a function def myproj(), which is a very usual thing most MATLAB users would do, your module is called myproj.myproj and if you just import myproj, you will call your function as myproj.myproj.myproj()!
• you can confuse Python module loader if you have a subfolder named the same as a .py file at the same level. The subfolder will prevail and the .py file with the same name is shadowed!

The reason is that Python allows users to mix scripts, functions, classes in the same file and they classes or functions do not need to match the filenames in order for Python to find it, therefore the filename itself serves as the label for the collection (module) of functions, classes and other (script) objects inside! The directory is a collection of these files which itself is a collection, so it’s a two level nest because a directory containing a .py file is a collection of collection!

On the other hand, in MATLAB, it’s one .m file per (publicly exposed) function, classes or scripts, so the system registers and calls them by the filename, not really by how you named it inside. If you have a typo in your function name that doesn’t match your filename, your filename will prevail if there’s only one function there. Helper functions not matching the filename will not be exposed and it will have a static/file-local scope.

Packages in MATLAB are done in folders that starts with a + symbol. Packages by default are not exposed to global namespaces in your MATLAB’s paths. They work like Python’s module so you also get them into your current workspace with import. This means it’s not possible to define a module in a file like Python. Each filename exclusively represent one accessible function or classes in the package (no script variables though).

So in other words, there are no such thing called modules in MATLAB because the concept is called package. Python separated the two concepts because .py file allowing a mixture of scripts, classes and loose functions formed a logical unit with the same structure as packages itself, so they need another name called module to separate folder-based collection (logical unit) and file-based collections (logical unit).

This is very counterintuitive at the surface (because it defeats the point of directories) if you don’t know Python allowing user to mix scripts, functions and classes in a file meant the file itself is a module/collection of executable contents.

## from (package/module) import (package/module or objectS) <as (namespace)>

This syntax is super confusing, especially before we understand that

1. packages has to be folders (folder form of modules)
2. modules can be .py files as well as packages
3. packages/modules are technically objects

The hierarchy for the from import as syntax looks like this:

package_folder > file.py > (obj1, obj2, ... )

This has the following implications:

• from strips the specified namespace so import dumps the node contents to root workspace
• import without from exposes the entire hierarchy to the root workspace.
• functions, classes and variables in the scripts are ALL OBJECTS.
• if you do import mymodule, a function f in mymodule.py can only be accessed through mymodule.f(), if you want to just call f() at the workspace, do from mymodule import f

These properties also shapes the rules for where wildcards are used in the statement:

• from cannot have wildcards because they are either a folder (package) or a file (module)
• import is the only place that can have wildcards * because it is only possible to load multiple objects from one .py file.
• import * cannot be used without from statement because you need to at some point load a .py file
• it’s a dead end to do from package import * beacuse it’s trying to load the files to the root workspace which they are uncallalble.
• it also does not make sense (nor possible) to follow import * with as statement because there is no mechanism to map multiple objects into one object name

So the bottom line is that your from import as statement has to somehow load a .py file in order to be valid. You can only choose between these two usage:

• load the .py file with from statement and pick the objects at import, or
• skip the from statement and import the .py file, not getting to choose the objects inside it.

as statement can only work if you have only one item specified in import, whether it’s the .py file or the objects inside it. Also, if you understand the rationales above, you’ll see that these two are equivalent:

from package_A import module_file_B as namespace_C
import package_A.module_file_B as namespace_C

because with as statement, whatever node you have selected is accessed through the output namespace you have specified, so whether you choose to strip the path name structure in the extracted output (i.e. use from statement) is irrelevant since you are not using the package and module names in the root namespace anymore.

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## Windows shortcuts to less easily accessible config pages

Control panel has a lot of kinda-secret calls that open specific configuration windows that it’d be difficult to get to (need many clicks from other windows) and they might not necessarily have a path that you can access normally when Microsoft discourage their uses. Sometimes it’s just a phrase, sometimes it’s a .cpl in Windows’ system folder, yet sometimes you can call a .cpl that does not exist at all yet the control panel recognizes it.

Here are some examples

control userpasswords2 opens a dialog box to manger user accounts more directly without going through MMC’s user management (typically Local Users and Groups within compmgmt.msc Computer Management). It’s also netplwiz

It used to be valuable way of managing autologon until Microsoft Removed the checkbox “Users must enter a username and passwords to use this computer” because it doesn’t make sense with their freaking vision of Windows Hello where you logon with biometrics or other ways that you’d do with your cellphones. They are trying to make passwords a thing of the past.

control sticpl.cpl opens up Scanner and Cameras

I picked this shortcut up from the README file of Network TWAIN Driver installer, which plug and play doesn’t make sense because the device is on the network so there’s no hardware to detect. Instead you add a scanner device manually and enter the connection information in its properties.

The interesting thing about this one is that sticpl.cpl do not exist! There’s no control panel file (.cpl) anywhere in the system drive!

Lifewire has a better formatted table with additional alternative commands

With Powershell, you can get the canonical names of major control panel items and use it with control /name switch

This blog page has a cheatsheet for Windows direct commands, presented in the way Linux people rolls

You can even unhide some .cpl files through registry!

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## Windows 10 Python Smart Aleck

Windows 10 comes with a default alias that if you type python anywhere in terminal, powershell, run, etc, It will run a stub that points you to getting it in Windows Store. WTF man! I hate these stubs that are nothing but advertising! People will know there’s Python available in the store if Python Software Foundation’s website announces it. There’s no need to hijack the namespace with a useless stub!

After I install Spyder 5.3.0, it started with a Windows console instead of a Python Interpreter console, so when I typed Python (Spyder 5.3.0 came with Python 3.8.10 in its subfolder), this damn App store stub came up:

When I tried to force a .exe exceution in Powershell, I saw this:

So there’s a way to disable this bugger off!

It’s not the first time Spyder not working as intended out of the box, but Microsoft’s overzealous promotion of their ‘good ideas’ causes grief and agony to people who simply want things done.

It’s

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## NTLite Slipstreaming Windows 10 Notes

There are a few quirks when it comes to slipstreaming Windows 10 with NTLite.

## Built-in administrator account logs in automatically by default

If you don’t create a password in NTLite when choosing built-in Administrator account, you will be auto-logged in. Remember to change the password afterwards!

## Ping and file sharing (Samba/CIFS) with older Windows machines blocked out of the box

They are blocked by firewall out of the box. There’s a firewall setting group specifically for the service that can be enabled.

## Powershell scripts wouldn’t execute

Because Microsoft changed the defaults and do not allow Powershell scripts to run out of the box. I have a CMD command to run in Post-Setup that you can run before any Powershell scripts are executed that’d fix the issue.

## Slipstream-able Windows updates immediately following 21H2

windows10.0-kb4565627-x64-ndp48_b618d388f45d951c842a3e4fb71da120ae3940eb
windows10.0-kb4569745-x64-ndp48_8cd7482e550d1726441d66b46f11e968e919748e
windows10.0-kb5008876-x64-ndp48_9b34f8d0e6a5586806ee62c89775d758621e9b46
windows10.0-kb5010472-x64-ndp48_2ddef186366792bd766bc55a2ee63819e8770e07
windows10.0-kb5011543-x64_1c97e86392f8e18fe415630f60608a9091f28bbd

Basically all the 4 updates about with the tag -ndp48_ refers to NET Framework 4.8. The last one (KB5011543 for now) is a 600MB+ roll-up that gets updated often that you might want to check Microsoft Update Catalog for the latest YYYY-MM Cumulative Update Preview and replace it (check superseded info)

## Annoyances fixed with Registry/Post-Setup scripts

• Computer put to standby with a timeout by default

• Event Viewer Errors that cannot be stopped by disabling all Event Viewer channels:
• Windows Updater keeps bugging you for Malicious Software Removal (it’ll prompt you over and over until you finished all the virus/malware definition files)
• Prevent Windows 11 upgrade from checking for TPM
• Microsoft Edge will bug you for executables downloads in general which they deemed unsafe regardless
• Windows do not backup your registry regularly by default
• Event Viewer will bug you about Printer Notifications not working (Microsoft forgot to account for their product still using interactive Session 0 which they disabled for security concerns)

## Enable System Restore Point and capture it on every login

1. Enable System Restore on System Drive
2. Disable refractory period (won’t run again in 24 hour even if requested) in registry
(Needs to be done with reg.exe instead of just a registry file with NTLite to make sure it doesn’t get overwritten during provisioning)
3. Create scheduled task that takes a snapshot at every logon
Enable-ComputerRestore $env:systemdrive # There's a 24hr refactory period if the key was not disabled (set to 0) reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\SystemRestore" /t REG_DWORD /v SystemRestorePointCreationFrequency /d 0 /f # Register task to create snapshot at every logon$Trigger= New-ScheduledTaskTrigger -AtLogon
$User= "NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM"$Action= New-ScheduledTaskAction -Execute 'Powershell.exe' -Argument '-Command Checkpoint-Computer -Description "TWC-RestorePoint" -RestorePointType MODIFY_SETTINGS'
Register-ScheduledTask -TaskName "Create System Restore Point" -Trigger $Trigger -User$User -Action $Action -RunLevel Highest ## NT Lite slipstream script for reference  <Compatibility protectHidden="false"> <ComponentFeatures> <Feature enabled="no">AppGuard</Feature> <Feature enabled="no">Bluetooth</Feature> <Feature enabled="no">CapFrameX</Feature> <Feature enabled="yes">Discord</Feature> <Feature enabled="yes">FileSharing</Feature> <Feature enabled="no">Hyper-V</Feature> <Feature enabled="no">iCloud</Feature> <Feature enabled="yes">ManualSetup</Feature> <Feature enabled="no">Edge</Feature> <Feature enabled="yes">OfficeSupport</Feature> <Feature enabled="yes">AppxSupport</Feature> <Feature enabled="yes">Netflix</Feature> <Feature enabled="no">NetworkDiscovery</Feature> <Feature enabled="no">NightLight</Feature> <Feature enabled="yes">NvidiaSetup</Feature> <Feature enabled="yes">OOBE</Feature> <Feature enabled="yes">Printing</Feature> <Feature enabled="yes">Recommended-All</Feature> 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<Machine enabled="no">Hyper-V VM</Machine> <Machine enabled="no">Parallels VM</Machine> <Machine enabled="no">Virtual Box VM</Machine> <Machine enabled="no">VMware VM</Machine> </MachineDrivers> </Compatibility> <Features> <Feature name="OneCoreUAP.OneSync~~~~0.0.1.0">false</Feature> <Feature name="Browser.InternetExplorer~~~~0.0.11.0">false</Feature> <Feature name="Internet-Explorer-Optional-amd64">false</Feature> <Feature name="MediaPlayback">false</Feature> <Feature name="Microsoft.Windows.MSPaint~~~~0.0.1.0">false</Feature> <Feature name="App.Support.QuickAssist~~~~0.0.1.0">false</Feature> <Feature name="Printing-XPSServices-Features">false</Feature> <Feature name="OpenSSH.Client~~~~0.0.1.0">false</Feature> <Feature name="SMB1Protocol-Deprecation">true</Feature> <Feature name="SMB1Protocol-Client">true</Feature> <Feature name="SMB1Protocol">true</Feature> <Feature name="SMB1Protocol-Server">true</Feature> <Feature name="Windows.Client.ShellComponents~~~~0.0.1.0">false</Feature> 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<Tweak name="cdrom\cdrom">3</Tweak> <Tweak name="luafv\luafv">3</Tweak> </TweakGroup> </ExtraServices> <ScheduledTasks></ScheduledTasks> </Tweaks> 25 total views ## NTLite cannot run Powershell scripts with Windows 10 21H2 Turns out Microsoft decided to not allow you to run Powershell scripts out of the box. The Execution-Policy is set to be disabled and you have to go to Powershell to run Set-ExecutionPolicy unrestricted -force The -force switch skips the prompt. However, this is a chick and egg problem with slipstreaming as you need to execute this first programmatically. I tried to use CMD files to do powershell -command "Set-ExecutionPolicy unrestricted -force" but it does not work and quite a few people reported ignoring execution policy with -ExecutionPolicy Bypass switch to powershell.exe does not work with NTLite either. It’s a colossal pain in the butt. Microsoft deciding to prevent Powershell scripts from running by default broke NTLite’s powershell scripting. I decided to take a look at registry values that can be changed and this website suggested there is one. There’s a typo on the website. It’s not in HKCU but in HKLM (his screenshots says HKLM). The correct path is changing the string value ExecutionPolicy to Unrestricted in the key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PowerShell\1\ShellIds\Microsoft.PowerShell I cannot confirm when the registry files are loaded in NTLite. It could be too early or too late. (Looks like it’s too early to me since MDM fake enrollment registry files do not take effect and I had to use reg command script later). So instead, I’ll do the registry change as a CMD script: reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PowerShell\1\ShellIds\Microsoft.PowerShell" /t REG_SZ /v ExecutionPolicy /d "Unrestricted" /f Set it as the first script to run, or at least it has to run before the .ps1 (powershell) script 25 total views ## NTLite Unattended installation will mark your machine as managed by the corporate office You’ll have to fake a MDM enrollment to get rid of the warning through registry entries, but loading the registry file in NTLite won’t work since it has to be processed after the unattended installation. This can be done by adding the registry entries with batch files to be run at Post-Setup reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Enrollments\FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF" /t REG_DWORD /v EnrollmentState /d 1 /f reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Enrollments\FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF" /t REG_DWORD /v EnrollmentType /d 0 /f reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Enrollments\FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF" /t REG_DWORD /v IsFederated /d 0 /f reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Provisioning\OMADM\Accounts\FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF" /t REG_DWORD /v Flags /d 0x00d6fb7f /f reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Provisioning\OMADM\Accounts\FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF" /t REG_SZ /v AcctUId /d "0x000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" /f reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Provisioning\OMADM\Accounts\FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF" /t REG_DWORD /v RoamingCount /d 0 /f reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Provisioning\OMADM\Accounts\FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF" /t REG_SZ /v SslClientCertReference /d "MY;User;0000000000000000000000000000000000000000" /f reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Provisioning\OMADM\Accounts\FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF" /t REG_SZ /v ProtoVer /d "1.2" /f 23 total views ## Powershell notes (for MATLAB/python users) ## Data Type characteristics * Shallow assignment (transferring reference only) means the LHS does not have its own copy, so modifying the new reference will modify the underlying data on the RHS. ## Syntax / Usage Powershell specific • The UNCAPTURED output value in the last line of the block is the return value! Unary side effect statements such as $x++ do not have output value. Watch out for statements that looks like it’s going nowhere at the end of the code as these are not nop/bugs, but return value. This has the same stench as fall-throughs.
• foreach() follows the last uncaptured output value return rule above doing a 1-to-1 map from the input collection to output collection (you can assign output to foreach() as it’s also seen as a function)
• Powershell suck at binary operations between two arrays. Just an elementwise A+B you’d be thinking in terms of loops and worry about dimensions.
• You can put if and loop blocks inside collections list construction, like this:
@( 3, if(cond1){...; $v1} do{...;$v2}while(cond2) )

MATLAB specific

• When used with classes and custom matrices/arrays, chaining fields/properties/methods by indices often do not work, when they do, they often give out only the first element instead of the entire array (IIRC, there are operator methods that needs to be coordinated in the classes involved to make sure they chain correctly). In short, just don’t chain unless in very simple, scalar cases. Always output it to a variable a access the leaf.

## Range & Indexing

Negative (cyclic) indexing along with automatic descending range, along with the lack of ‘end’ keyword is a huge pain in the rear when you want to scan from left to right like A[5:end].

Instead, you’ll have to do $A[4..($A.length-1)] because the range 4..-1 inside A[4..-1] is unrolled as 4,3,2,1,0,-1 (thus scanning from right to left and wraps around) without first consulting with the array A like the end keyword in MATLAB does so it can substitute the ends of the range with the array information before it unrolls.

I am willing to bet that this behavior does not have a sound basis other than people thinking negative indices and descending ranges alone are two good ideas without realizing that nearly nobody freaking wants to scan from right to left and wrap around!

I had the same gripes about negative indices in Python not carefully coordinating with other combinations in common use cases which cases unintuitive behavior.

## Range indexing syntax

# Powershell
1..10 # No step/skip for range creation
A[1..10]  # No special treatment in array such as figuring out the 'end'

% MATLAB
A[start:(step):stop]

# Python
A[range(start,stop,step)]
# Slicing (it's not range)
A[(start):(stop):(step)] # Can skip everything
# In Python, A=X merely reassign the label A as the alias for X.
# Modifying the reassigned A through A=X will modify underlying contents of X
# To deep-copy contents without .Clone(), assign the full slice
A[:] = X


## Hasthtable / Dictionaries

% MATLAB: Use dynamic fields in struct or containers.Map()
# Python: dictionaries such as {a:1, b='x'}
# Powershell: @{a=1, b='x'}

## Structs

Powershell does not have direct struct or dynamic field name struct. Instead if your object is uniform (you expect the fields not to change much), use [PSCustomObject]@{}. You can also just use simple hashtable @{}, but for some reason it doesn’t work the way I expected when put into arrays when I try to reference it by array index.

## Array rules surprises

• Array comparisons are filtering operation (not boolean array output like MATLAB). (0..9) -ge 5 gives 5 to 9, not a list of False … False, True … True. To get a boolean array, use this shortcut:
(0..9) | % {$_ -ge 5} Map-filter combo syntax is | ? instead of Map syntax | % • Monad (Cells in MATLAB) are unpacked and stacked by default (in MATLAB, I had to write a lot of routines to unpack and stack cells of cells). To keep cells packed (in MATLAB lingo, it’s like ‘UniformOutput’, false in cellfun), add a comma unary operator in front of the operation that are expected to be unpacked like this: .$_.Split('_')

## Set Operations

This is one of the WTF moments of Powershell as a programming language. Convenient set operations is essential for most of the routine boring stuff that involves relational data. A lot of Powershell’s intended audience works in database like environment (like IT managers dealing with Active Directory), they have Group-Object for typical data analysis tasks, yet they make life miserable just to do basic set operations like intersection and differencing!

Powershell has a Compare-Object, but this is as unnatural and annoying to use as users are effectively rebuilding all 4 basic set-ops (intersection, union, set-diff, xor) based on any two! Not to mention you have to sift through table to get to the piece you wanted!

Basically Compare-Object out of the box

• is a set-diff showing both directions (A\B and also B\A) at the same time. If you throw away the direction info, it’s xor.
• if you want intersection, you’ll need to add -IncludeEqual -ExcludeDifferent
• (WTF!) If you just specify -ExcludeDifferent, by definition there’s no output because by default Compare-Object shows you ONLY the two set-diffs and you are telling it to not show any diffs!
• Union is specifying -IncludeEqual only. But it’d rather stack both then do a | Sort-Object - Unique

Some people might suggest doing | ? {$_ -eq$B} for intersection (or is-member). This is generally a bad idea if you have a lot of data because it’s in the O(n*n) runtime algorithm (loop-within-loop) while any properly done intersection algorithm will just sort then scan the adjacent item to check for duplicates, which gives O(n log(n)) time (typical sorting algorithm takes up most of the time).

If you noticed, it’s set operations within the outputs of Compare-Objects with the Venn diagram of -IncludeEqual -ExcludeDifferent switches! It’s doable, but totally unnecessary mindfuck that should not be repeated frequently.

In MATLAB land, I made my own overloading operators that do set operation over cellstr(), categorical and tabular objects (I went into their code and added the features and talked to TMW so they added the features later), sometimes getting into their sort and indexing logic as necessary. This shows how badly do I need set operations to come naturally.

One might not deal with it too much in low level languages like C++ (STL set doesn’t get used as much compared to other containers), but for a language made to get a lot of common things done (i.e. the language designer kind of reads the users mind), I’m surprised that the Powershell team overlooked the set operations!

Sets are very powerful abstractions that should not be made less descriptive (hard to read) by dancing around it with equivalent operations with some programming gymnastics! If these basic stuff are not built in, we are going to see a lot of people taking ugly shortcuts to avoid coding up these bread and butter functions and put it in libraries (or downloading 3rd-party libraries)!

## Powershell surprises

• Typical symbolic comparison operators do not work because ‘>’ can be misinterpreted as redirection in command prompts. Use switches like -gt (greater than) instead.
• Redirection’s default text output uses UTF16-LE encoding (2 bytes per character). Programs assuming ASCII (1 byte per character) might not behave as intended (e.g. if you use copy command merge an ASCII/UTF8 file with UTF16-LE, you might end up with spaces in the sections that are formatted with UTF16-LE)
• Cannot extract string matches from regex without executing a -match which returns boolean unless we use the the $matches$ spilled into variable space. Consider [regex]::Match($Text,$Pattern).Groups[1].Value
• Methods are called with parenthesis yet functions are not called with parenthesis, just like cmd-lets! Trying to call a function with multiple input arguments with parenthesis like f(3,5) will be interpreted as calling f with ONE ARGUMENT containing an ARRAY of 3 and 5!

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