This is supposed to give similar results as the example on the previous page, it doesn't appear to come out right it just adds 2 decimal places to the end it doesn't appear to actually divide out into mb's.
Also I was wondering where the 'F2' in that expression comes from I tried to look for it on those MSDN pages but couldn't find it in there unless that is somehow concatenated.
Your help would be appreciated – if I posted this in the wrong section apologies.
by DonJ at 2013-04-04 22:41:19
As written, it isn't dividing out the MB. $_.VM / 1MB would do that. I'll add this to the book's errata.
"F" means floating point, and "2" means 2 decimal places. Unfortunately those formatting strings aren't terribly well-documented. "N2" does something similar.
by levi.rogers at 2013-04-05 07:33:59
Thanks Don, I didn't think it was supposed to actually divide it out like the text said I just thought maybe I was really missing something there.
Thanks again for your quick response on this. Also, I am loving the book and on a side note Chapter 9 was ground breaking for me – confusing as hell but ground breaking.
by DonJ at 2013-04-05 07:39:36
Thank you! (Which was chapter 9?) I'm really glad it's helping! Holler if you run into anything else!
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