Hi, I would like to show you the next portion of Powershell knowledge. It will be not advanced information but give you a little bit of new experience of using this scripting language. I want to ask you something. Can you leave a comment below the articles? It will help me improve this blog.
If you finished learning about Powershell basics like variables types, loops, conditions, it’s time to go forward. At this stage, you can try building your first function. When you understand how it works, you save your time. I wrote an article about Powershell functions. Click the link below.
During preparing Powershell functions, I recommend you learn how to handle errors. It, very important to know what error happened in your script. To help you to understand the topic, I published the article with a few examples.
Have you ever tried to write your Powershell module? It’s nothing else than many functions saved in the one psm1 file. You can load the psm1 file to the direct to Powershell console or script and use functions from this file. If you never wrote Powershell modules, let’s read four basics about modules that Powershell users should know.
OK, now it’s time to say something more about variables. I wrote a few articles about the topic. Now it’s time to read about Powershell Automatic Variables. They are built-in variables in Powershell. You can’t assign custom value to them because they are read-only.
To be continued
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