3 ways to store and display PowerShell Variable simultaneously
In order to write less code or to write better one-liners in Powershell, I often find one of these PowerShell Variable assignment techniques useful, and let me know if you feel the same.
Using -OutVariable parameter
PowerShell Variable squeezing
Its a shame many of us ( including myself 😉 ) were not aware of this for quite long.
Windows PowerShell supports a simplified syntax for showing the contents of variables during the variable assignment. To do this, wrap the variable assignment statement in parentheses.
Using Tee-Object CmdletTee-Object Cmdlet T’s results to o/p stream and Variable $process at the same time, you can use it like in the image below
Or, something like
You can use one of the above methods to get the work done and at the same time results stored in a variable with PowerShell one-liner, like in the example below
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