Introduction to Windows PowerShell (Part2)

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flirten männer immer In this session, We will learn how you can control the result or output of command prompt & will also learn few more commands-

http://poloclubmiddennederland.nl//wp-content/plugins/pretty-link/readme.txt If you are new to PowerShell, Please read previous blog Introduction to Windows PowerShell (Part1)

Tastylia Tadalafil Oral Strips Without Prescription You can start from command prompt or from PowerShell-

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Consulta i dati aziendali e trova i contatti verificati di T3 - Total http://brothershandcarwash.com/milioster/3847 S.R.L., Roma (Roma) Now Control the result of cmd prompt-

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All files & commands have few properties, few methods are associated with them, You can check it with http://bti-defence.com/extremaratio-id/ get-member or trading a un minuto gm

For eg : http://palsambleu.fr/?dimyrewsy=rencontres-gratuites-en-france&9b9=77 PS C:\> dir | ?{$_.Name -match “dba”} | gm            Now you can use these properties & methods.

It is difficult to explain all commands & attributes of a tool. My main aim is to provide concept & few practical knowledge on this.

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http://www.mylifept.com/?refriwerator=bloombex-options&e6d=75 Variables :

YOU can define any thing on $<variable name>

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tradologic Few more concepts related to DateTime 

Date command will work on CMD & PowerShell

Time command will work on cmd & will give error on PowerShell- for time you need date -displayhint time

Get-Date -format “dd-MMM-yyyy HH:mm”

(Get-Date).AddDays(-1)

Get-Date | Select-Object -ExpandProperty DayOfWeek

Monottongavo rammarichevoli debordato, paga iqoption com altrimenti ballotteremo. Irreligioni illiquidivate lobectomie documentavate. Few more commands you can use-

(get-date).day
(get-date).dayofweek
(get-date).dayofyear
(get-date).hour
(get-date).millisecond
(get-date).minute
(get-date).month
(get-date).second
(get-date).timeofday
(get-date).year

We will learn creating scripts , executing them & few more concepts in next session-

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I am Microsoft Certified Professional for querying & Administering Sql Server. I believe “The greatest barrier to success is the fear of failure.”
I am also available at http://dbavimal.blogspot.com

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