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Q.6richtextScripting::Powershell:: Command Examples.
Q.906richtextScripting::Powershell:: How to start powershell.
Q.1188richtextScripting::Powershell:: How to obtain the command history.
Q.1189richtextScripting::Powershell:: How to display Powershell version.
Q.1365plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: If and Switch statements.
Q.1366plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: Do While - Do Until - For - ForEach loops.
Q.1367plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: Reading from or Writing to a file.
Q.1368plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: Writing to a HTML or CSV file.
Q.1369plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: Arrays - Constants - Functions - Variables.
Q.1370plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: How to create objects.
Q.1371plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: Writing to Console or Capturing User input.
Q.1372plainScripting::Powershell::Syntax:: line breaks - comments - merging lines - piping output to another command.
Q.1396richtextScripting::Powershell:: How to count lines from the output.
Q.1400richtextScripting::Powershell::4.0:: Examples.
Q.1402richtextScripting::Powershell::Operators:: What is the syntax for -f format operator.
Q.1403richtextScripting::PowerShell:: How to launch powershell from command line.
Q.1410richtextScripting::PowerShell:: General Tips.
Q.1442richtextScripting::Powershell:: What are the execution policies for powershell.
Q.1446richtextScripting::Powershell::2.0:: Examples.
Q.1587richtextScripting::Powershell:: What are the execution policies and related commands.
Q.1637richtextScripting::Powershell::AWS:: Examples of AWS powershell cmdlets.
Q.1767richtextScripting::Powershell::5.1:: How to perform common tasks.
Q.1768richtextScripting::Powershell:: Working with Microsoft Office Word document - Part 1.
Q.1770richtextScripting::Powershell::5.1:: Powershell 5.1 Cheatsheet.
Q.1771richtextScripting::Powershell:: How to generate the checksum (hash) of a file.
Q.1772richtextScripting::Powershell:: Working with Microsoft Office Word document - Part 2.
Q.1773richtextScripting::Powershell:: Working with Microsoft Office Excel - part 1.
Q.1791richtextScripting::Powershell::2.0:: Powershell 2.0 Cheatsheet.
Q.1925richtextScripting::Powershell::Modules::psexel:: Overview of the psexel module.


001:DEBUG INFO :
fqdn = myfaqbase.com domain name = myfaqbase.com
user:apache
OS: Linux
002:REQUEST parameter list START
parameter: Q = !browsecategory ^Scripting::Powershell::
REQUEST parameter list END
006:[Syntax:: If and Switch statements]:subcat:Syntax
006:[Syntax:: Do While - Do Until - For - ForEach loops]:subcat:Syntax
006:[Syntax:: Reading from or Writing to a file]:subcat:Syntax
006:[Syntax:: Writing to a HTML or CSV file]:subcat:Syntax
006:[Syntax:: Arrays - Constants - Functions - Variables]:subcat:Syntax
006:[Syntax:: How to create objects]:subcat:Syntax
006:[Syntax:: Writing to Console or Capturing User input]:subcat:Syntax
006:[Syntax:: line breaks - comments - merging lines - piping output to another command]:subcat:Syntax
006:[4.0:: Examples]:subcat:4.0
006:[Operators:: What is the syntax for -f format operator]:subcat:Operators
006:[2.0:: Examples]:subcat:2.0
006:[AWS:: Examples of AWS powershell cmdlets]:subcat:AWS
006:[5.1:: How to perform common tasks]:subcat:5.1
006:[5.1:: Powershell 5.1 Cheatsheet]:subcat:5.1
006:[2.0:: Powershell 2.0 Cheatsheet]:subcat:2.0
006:[Modules::psexel:: Overview of the psexel module]:subcat:Modules
action = browsecategory
options = ^Scripting::Powershell::
userlevel = 0
itempriv = 11111111
showstring =
showflags = show[e] =
show[d] =
show[c] =
show[f] =